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first_img Comments   Share   “I was a little surprised,” Warner told Arizona Sports620’s Burns and Gambo.Warner, who played with Brown from 2007-2010, said it maybe a case where a coaching staff is comfortable with aplayer and still has hope he can improve.“The one thing that you notice is that as guys continue togrow and as guys watch them as coaches, they may see somethings that are improvement,” he said. “From what I heard,they were really happy with the way he played the secondhalf of last year.”That seems to fit with what others have thought, thatBrown really stepped up hisplay in the team’s final eight games.Plus, Warner added, the Cardinals could have determinedthey were not going to find anyone better than Brown, soit just made sense to keep him.“A guy that you’re familiar with, a guy that’s been inyour system, a guy that you think is improving,” he said. What an MLB source said about the D-backs' trade haul for Greinke Top Stories D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise 'still focused on Arizona'center_img When the Cardinals released Levi Brown on March 13, manyfans were pleased.After all, the former No. 5 pick in the 2007 draft hasbeena disappointment in the NFL, always known as the guyArizonachose instead of Adrian Peterson.However, the team re-signed the tackle just a few dayslater, with many of those same fans asking one, simplequestion.Why?Former Cardinal, now NFL Network analyst Kurt Warner, whoplayed with Brown, wondered the same thing. Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right awaylast_img

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