posted on Mar, 5 2005 @ 12:48 AM
Kurt Warner was in town Friday to visit with officials of the Chicago Bears, the second stop on a three-team tour for the two-time NFL MVP.
Warner was in Arizona on Thursday and will be in Detroit on Sunday.
Warner, who had been bothered by injuries in recent years, completed 174 of 277 passes for 2,054 yards, six touchdowns and four interceptions last
season with the Giants. He led New York to a 5-2 start before the team lost its next two games and turned the starting quarterback job over to top
draft pick Eli Manning.
He has said he wants to be a starter and knows Bears head coach Lovie Smith, the former Rams defensive coordinator, from the time both were in St.
Louis. Warner led the Rams to two Super Bowls.
He definitely wants to be a starter where ever he goes, he might not do bad in Chicago. They just picked up Mushin Muhammed, he'd be a good target for
Kurt, if he ends up going there. Thats if the Chicago line could keep him healthy.