Former Rams QBs Warner, Green to attend Thursday’s game

Former Rams QBs Warner, Green to attend Thursday’s game

Credit: DAN LEVINE/AFP/Getty Images

SEATTLE, UNITED STATES: St. Louis Ram quarterback Kurt Warner throws against the Seattle Seahawks during their game on 10 September, 2000, in Seattle. Warner threw for over 300 yards as St. Louis won, 37-34. AFP PHOTO/Dan Levine (Photo credit should read DAN LEVINE/AFP/Getty Images)

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by FootballStL

KMOV.com

Posted on October 2, 2012 at 9:36 PM

Updated Wednesday, Oct 3 at 9:26 AM

ST. LOUIS (FootballStL) – Two former Rams quarterbacks will be in attendance for Thursday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals.

Kurt Warner, a Super Bowl champion and two-time NFL MVP, will be honored in the first quarter for his contributions on and off the field while he was a Ram.  Since retiring from football in 2010, Warner has spent his time as a commentator with the NFL Network. 

Trent Green will also be at the game as the color analyst for Dial Global Radio, the national radio broadcast for the game.
 
As fans may recall, Warner filled in for the injured Green after he suffered a knee injury during the preseason in 1999 and led the Rams to a Super Bowl championship that same season.

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