Brenda Warner in St. Louis

Brenda Warner, wife of former St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner, talks to those that come come to have copies of her new book, One Call Away," signed, during a book signing at the Barnes and Noble in Ladue, Missouri on September 13, 2011. The book, a memoir, talks about Warner's life challenges and her unshakable faith. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Brenda Warner signs copies of her book in St. Louis Brenda Warner, wife of former St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner, talks to those that come come to have copies of her new book, One Call Away," signed, during a book signing at the Barnes and Noble in Ladue, Missouri on September 13, 2011. The book, a memoir, talks about Warner's life challenges and her unshakable faith. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Brenda Warner and husband former St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner, sign copies of her new book, One Call Away," during a book signing at the Barnes and Noble in Ladue, Missouri on September 13, 2011. The book, a memoir, talks about Warner's life challenges and her unshakable faith. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Brenda Warner signs copies of her book in St. Louis Brenda Warner and husband former St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner, sign copies of her new book, One Call Away," during a book signing at the Barnes and Noble in Ladue, Missouri on September 13, 2011. The book, a memoir, talks about Warner's life challenges and her unshakable faith. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Brenda Warner and former St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner, look at memorabilia that some have brought to get signed, during a booksigning of her new book, "One Call Away," at the Barnes and Noble in Ladue, Missouri on September 13, 2011. The book, a memoir, talks about Warner's life challenges and her unshakable faith. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Brenda Warner signs copies of her book in St. Louis Brenda Warner and former St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner, look at memorabilia that some have brought to get signed, during a booksigning of her new book, "One Call Away," at the Barnes and Noble in Ladue, Missouri on September 13, 2011. The book, a memoir, talks about Warner's life challenges and her unshakable faith. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Brenda Warner and former St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner, prepare to sign copies of her new book, "One Call Away," during a book signing at the Barnes and Noble in Ladue, Missouri on September 13, 2011. The book, a memoir, talks about Warner's life challenges and her unshakable faith. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Brenda Warner signs copies of her book in St. Louis Brenda Warner and former St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner, prepare to sign copies of her new book, "One Call Away," during a book signing at the Barnes and Noble in Ladue, Missouri on September 13, 2011. The book, a memoir, talks about Warner's life challenges and her unshakable faith. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Brenda Warner, wife of former St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner, holds a copy of her new book, One Call Away," during a book signing at the Barnes and Noble in Ladue, Missouri on September 13, 2011. The book, a memoir, talks about Warner's life challenges and her unshakable faith. UPI/Bill Greenblatt
Brenda Warner signs copies of her book in St. Louis Brenda Warner, wife of former St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kurt Warner, holds a copy of her new book, One Call Away," during a book signing at the Barnes and Noble in Ladue, Missouri on September 13, 2011. The book, a memoir, talks about Warner's life challenges and her unshakable faith. UPI/Bill Greenblatt

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One Comment

  1. Doug Wilder says:

    Twenty five pages about sports; ten pages about all other news.

    This city already has 3 fulltime sports news radio stations. If KMOX is envious, maybe they should apply for the same kind of radiated power as KFNS and Sports Talk1380.

    Plus, it’s all sniff, sniff brown -nose journalism.

    No mention, at all, of the RAMS breach of (lease) contract with the Jones Dome; ie. playing 3 home games in England.

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