While Randy Moss is retired for the time being, there are still plenty of people who feel like he'll eventually return to the gridiron. Add former Pro Bowl quarterback Kurt Warner to that list.
Warner thinks that Moss could return and that when he does, he should do so as a member of the Arizona Cardinals.
According to NBC Sports' Pro Football Talk, Warner appeared on 620 KTAR's Burns and Gambo on Friday and the former Cardinals quarterback began talking about how well Moss would fit in down in Phoenix.
"I don't think there's any question he could help," Warner said. "I still think there's something in the tank for Randy… He has a great relationship with Larry Fitzgerald. That could be a huge plus coming to this organization."
Warner went on to explain why Moss would be an ideal fit.
"I think a deep threat is something that they need. They need somebody that can stretch the field. As good as Larry is, that's not the player that he is."
The Cardinals have already acquired quarterback Kevin Kolb this offseason in a deal with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Warner, meanwhile, knows plenty about how important it is to be able to launch a pass downfield. He did it consistently with wide receivers Torry Holt and Isaac Bruce as a member of the St. Louis Rams — part of a team that became referred to as the "Greatest Show on Turf."