TEMPE, Ariz. -- Kurt Warner's agent declined to say whether his client had scheduled visits with any other teams now that the Arizona Cardinals quarterback has become a free agent.
"I really don't want to get into the specifics with that," Mark Bartelstein said. "Obviously, people are calling."
Warner became a free agent Friday after he and the Cardinals failed to reach a deal on a new contract. The 37-year-old quarterback has made it clear that he wants to remain in Arizona for what probably would be the final two years of his career.
"Nothing's changed other than free agency has started," he said Friday evening. "It's an hour-by-hour situation is the best way I can put it."
But Warner's age -- he will be 38 when next season starts -- could hold down any interest in him and lower the amount he will be paid.