Kurt Warner Hints at NFL Comeback on Twitter Due to Poor Quarterback Play

It's been three years since Kurt Warner's retirement from the NFL, but sitting and watching some poor quarterback play in Week 8 has him hinting at lacing up the cleats again.

Warner tweeted on Sunday that he told his family that he wants to come back to the NFL.

The four-time Pro Bowler was likely joking, but there are some teams that could use his veteran leadership behind center. Fans of the Jets, Eagles, Jaguars, Chiefs and Cardinals would likely welcome Warner with open arms. Warner, Tim Tebow and Mark Sanchez would make quite a trio in New York.

Warner retired from the NFL following the 2009 season to spend more time with his seven children and his wife. He played in three Super Bowls during his pro career, winning in 1999 with the Rams. He finished his NFL career with 32,344 yards and 128 touchdowns. Warner would be eligible for the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2014 if he does not follow through on his comeback.

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