A day after passing a series of neurological tests, Kurt Warner was back on the practice field Wednesday and took his standard amount of snaps with the first-team offense.
"The tests all went good. They told me I tested better now than I did four years ago, so I guess I'm just getting smarter with age," Warner said with a laugh.
But concussions are no joking matter and Warner, indeed, suffered one Sunday in the Cardinals' 21-13 win at St. Louis. He had his head slammed to the turf on a sack and he didn't play in the second half.
He said the only symptom he feels now is some tightness in his neck and, if all goes well the rest of the week, he hopes to start Sunday when the Arizona (7-3) meets Tennessee (4-6).
"I'm still taking it one day at a time," Warner said. "We're going to make sure everything is perfect, good to go. But yeah, that's my plan."