Kurt Warner Expected to Be Cut from Rams
St. Louis, MO – Quarterback Kurt Warner appears to have played his last game as a St. Louis Ram.
Warner's agent said Monday the two-time MVP was informed by coach Mike Martz that Warner will likely be released after June First. Agent Mark Bartelstein says the Rams gave Warner permission to contact other teams. Bartelstein says he has started the process. Warner has spent most of the last two season watching Marc Bulger lead the Rams. Warner won two MVP's and the Super Bowl MVP in his first three seasons starting for the Rams. He is a former Arena Football League player who led the Rams to the Super Bowl title in 1999. But beginning with the 2001 Super Bowl, Warner lost his last eight starts for the Rams. He lost his starting job to Marc Bulger after fumbling six times in the Rams' 2003 season-opening loss to the New York Giants. Warner was playing with a concussion and had been hampered by injuries the last two seasons.