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center_img 0 Comments   Share   Two-time former NFL MVP Kurt Warner knows he could be a factor in luringcoveted free agent quarterback Peyton Manning to Arizona.“I have not heard from Peyton [Manning] yet,” Warner told Arizona Sports620’s Doug and Wolf Friday. “We have not had a chance to talk since he’sbeen released. I don’t know if that will happen if he does come here andconsiders Arizona, if he’ll reach out to me and talk to me.” Another factor Warner feels is working against the Cardinals is their lack ofweapons outside of standout wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald. While Mike Golic told Arizona Sports620’s Burns and Gambo that he believed Fitzgerald was the trumpcard, Warner didn’t think that was enough to satisfy Manning.“Yes, they have Larry Fitzgerald but what else do they have?” Warner askedfrom Manning’s perspective. “Do they have the complimentary pieces whereI can go in and utilize all these pieces and that frees up Larry Fitzgerald tobe Larry Fitzgerald, and that’s the biggest question for me with theCardinals.”Warner said being able to play with not only Larry Fitzgerald but AnquanBoldin and Steve Breaston made the Cardinals attractive to him because thecomplimentary pieces in the receiving core made it difficult for a defense todouble-team one target.While Manning is known for taking average receivers and turning them intostars, Warner feels at this stage in his career it’s all about winning rightnow.There has been a lot of talk about Manning asking teams to bring hisformer Colt teammate Reggie Wayne along with him, but with Dallas Clarkand Joseph Addai also available, would the Cardinals be so bold as to try torecreate an Indianapolis offense in the desert? D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’last_img read more