The agent for Kurt Warner told ESPN's Adam Schefter that his client will decide on whether to keep playing within 2-3 weeks.
Schefter adds that the same people who informed him Warner planned to retire before the playoffs are still expecting the 38-year-old passer to hang up his cleats. Warner's salary is only $4 million in 2010. He received $19 million last season after signing a severely front-loaded $23 million contract.
Re: Warner to decide in 2-3 weeks if he will retire
I'm not a Warner fan but I hope the guy sticks around. He's still playing really well, can you imagine the wasteland that division will turn into if he goes. I'm not as convinced as some that Leinert is a lost cause, yesterday was an no win situation for him to come into.
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