Kurt Warner names his wife as his Hall of Fame presenter

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To no one’s surprise, Kurt Warner’s wife, Brenda, will present him at the induction ceremony into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

The former Rams, Giants and Cardinals quarterback announced his decision in a video he posted on Twitter.

“Been there for every win and every loss, every touchdown pass and interception, she’s the person who had to sacrifice more than any other so I could chase my dream,” Warner said.

Warner said he also considered his seven children, his parents, former coaches and friends.

16 responses to “Kurt Warner names his wife as his Hall of Fame presenter

  1. .
    Warner announced publicly that he has evidence that Bill Belichick taped the Rams walk through prior to the 2002 Super Bowl.

    He’s also announced publicly that he has the proof that Tom Brady relieved all footballs of up to two pounds of weight prior to the Patriots 45-7 AFC Championship Game over the hapless Colts.

    Perhaps, he could reveal the sources of this evidence? After all, we wouldn’t want a liar and cheat to be in the Hall of Fame.
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  2. That’s cool! Kurt is a good man and nothing makes a man better than a loyal, honest, and good looking wife to top. Isn’t that what we all strive for?

  3. A grocery stock boy that gets into the NFL Hall of Fame can pick anyone he wants to introduce him… anyone!

    The fact that he wants his wife is really great. His coaches and teammates will get to watch her make him shine.👍

  4. His teams that went to the Super Bowl were loaded with talent. He’s very overrated. Lost his job to Marc bulger, rookie Eli manning, and Matt leinart. Should be no where near hall of fame.

  5. 6ball says:
    Jul 1, 2017 9:50 PM

    Perhaps, he could reveal the sources of this evidence? After all, we wouldn’t want a liar and cheat to be in the Hall of Fame.
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    Then I guess Brady and Belicheck won’t have to worry about picking someone to present them

  6. He’s not a HOF player, but neither was Jerome Bettis and many others now.

    The HOF has been cheapened forever.

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