by Matt Snyder
As the AP wire let us know Wednesday morning, Kurt Warner and his agent have made another counter-proposal to the Cardinals. The man who lead the Arizona Cardinals to their best season in franchise history racked up 4,583 yards (2nd in the league) and 30 touchdowns (third in the league) through the air in 2008. His 96.9 quarterback rating was the third best in the NFL.
The Cardinals have plenty of cap space, yet they won't offer Warner top-5 quarterback money. While people in Arizona are scratching their heads -- and that's putting it mildly, according to Phoenix resident Shane Bacon -- Warner is trying to make concessions just to stay a Cardinal.