Arizona Republic: Arizona QB Kurt Warner got a new 2- y...

Arizona Republic: Arizona QB Kurt Warner got a new 2- year deal
with the Cardinals this offseason. Now he has a seemingly healthy
left hip as well. Warner underwent surgery on Tuesday to repair a
labrum tear in his hip and clean out loose fragments in the area,
an injury he played through most of 2008 with. That didn't stop
him from completing 67.1 percent of his passes for 4,583 yards
with 30 touchdowns and just 14 interceptions for a passer rating
of 96.9, earning a Pro Bowl nod for the 4th time. The 37-year-old
2-time MVP will likely miss Arizona's early May mandatory
minicamp, but should return for the rest of offseason workouts and
his status for the 2009 season is not in danger. Warner has
already begun rehabilitation in Colorado, where the arthroscopic
surgery took place. Warner is coming off a banner 2008 season,
helping the Cardinals to their first-ever Super Bowl appearance.
At one point, his return to Arizona seemed to be in question
before the two sides eventually agreed upon a 2-year contract
worth a reported $23 million.

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