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The W - Football - Matt Leinart out for the season
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So much for splitting duties. Looks like Warner's a full-time starter now.

ESPN - QB Leinart out for season so Cardinals sign Rattay


    PHOENIX -- An already difficult second NFL season came to an end for Arizona's Matt Leinart on Tuesday when he was placed on injured reserve with a broken collarbone.

    Kurt Warner, the 36-year-old quarterback who had shared duties with Leinart, moves into the starting job. The team signed Tim Rattay on Tuesday to be Warner's backup.

    Leinart, a left-hander, fractured his left collarbone when he was sacked by Will Witherspoon in the second quarter of the Cardinals' 34-31 victory over the Rams in St. Louis on Sunday. He sat on the sideline in the second half with his arm in a sling.


Tough break for the Cards, but this is the sort of reason Warner was kept around in the first place. They won't hurt more than they usually do.




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They should get a pass, though, considering they are both guys who just go to the school. I can't believe they held it together that well for most of the play. EDIT: Another view.
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