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Hey Kurt Warner, show us your moves

Posted on: August 3, 2010 3:41 pm
I hate to tread on Andy’s celebrity-gossip role here on the Facts & Rumors blog, but the Washington Post is reporting that Kurt Warner will be included on the next season of “Dancing with the Stars.”

He joins Emmitt Smith, Jerry Rice, Jason Taylor, Warren Sapp, Lawrence Taylor, Michael Irvin and Chad Ochocinco as the only NFL alumni – or current players – to compete on the show. Of all those contestants, only Smith has won.

Though he’s the first quarterback ever to participate, I doubt Warner will be the next NFL star to win the title. But that’s OK. It might not compare to the Dancing with the Stars trophy, but Warner does have a Super Bowl ring.

--Josh Katzowitz

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Posted on: August 3, 2010 6:12 pm

Cover Your Eyes

I am a HUGE Kurt Warner fan and hope he's a first ballot Hall of Famer.  However, if he wants to last more than one week, he'd better hope there are some 80 year old astronauts or former Microsoft Execs in the field.  Come to think of it, he could also beat Tom Brady if Brady's NFL combine dexterity transfers to the ballroom.

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