There is a good chance that if you’ve found this page then you’re playing the Immaculate Grid.
That also means that today’s grid has asked for players that have played for both the New York Giants and Arizona Cardinals.
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Well, good news, you’re in the right place.
I’ve done some research and have found players who played on both the Giants and Cardinals.
Kurt Warner is a Hall of Fame quarterback best known for his time with the St. Louis Rams and Arizona Cardinals. His career began as a storybook tale, going from an undrafted free agent out of Northern Iowa and stocking shelves in a grocery store, to playing in the Arena League, before finally making his NFL debut with the Rams in 1998.
Warner’s breakout 1999 season resulted in the first of his two NFL MVP awards and a Super Bowl victory where he was also named Super Bowl MVP. After an injury-plagued tenure with the Rams, Warner revitalized his career with the Cardinals, leading them to their first Super Bowl appearance in franchise history.
He retired after the 2009 season with over 32,000 passing yards, 208 touchdowns and a career passer rating of 93.7.
Warner Key Stats
- Hall of Fame (Rams, Cardinals, Giants)
- MVP (Rams)
- 1st Team All-Pro (Rams)
- Pro Bowl (Rams, Cardinals)
- 3000+ Yard Passing Season (Rams, Cardinals)
Mike Glennon is a quarterback who played in the NFL from 2013 to 2022. Drafted by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the third round of the 2013 NFL Draft, Glennon started his rookie season as the backup, but later started 13 games.
He showed promise, throwing for 2608 yards and 19 touchdowns with only 9 interceptions in his rookie season. However, Glennon found himself in backup roles in the subsequent years, with stops at the Chicago Bears, Arizona Cardinals, Oakland Raiders, and Jacksonville Jaguars.
Over his career, he threw for over 7000 yards and 47 touchdowns.
Lomas Brown was known as one of the NFL’s top offensive tackles during his career. Drafted by the Detroit Lions in the first round, 6th overall, in the 1985 NFL Draft out of the University of Florida, Brown played 11 seasons for the Lions, during which he earned Pro Bowl honors seven times and 1st Team All-Pro once.
In addition to the Lions, Brown also had stints with the Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns, New York Giants, and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. He was a part of the 2002 Buccaneers team that won the Super Bowl.
Over his 18-year career, Brown was recognized not only for his athleticism but also for his leadership and intelligence on the field. His excellent footwork, combined with his size and strength, made him an effective and durable player, appearing in 263 games in total.
Jay Feely had an impressive 14-year career as a placekicker in the NFL. He initially signed with the Atlanta Falcons as an undrafted free agent in 2001 but truly started his NFL journey with the New York Giants in 2005.
Feely spent two seasons with the Giants before moving to the Miami Dolphins, where he played for a season. His career then took him to the New York Jets, where he enjoyed two solid seasons, followed by short stints with the Arizona Cardinals and the Chicago Bears.
Throughout his career, Feely demonstrated consistency as a kicker, converting 82.6% of his field goals and a strong leg as well, with a career long field goal of 61 yards
Colt McCoy is a seasoned NFL quarterback, having made his professional debut in 2010. Playing college football at Texas, McCoy was highly decorated and won numerous awards including the 2008 Walter Camp Award.
He started his NFL career with the Cleveland Browns, later moving to the San Francisco 49ers, Washington Football Team, and New York Giants. As of the end of the 2022 season, he has thrown for over 7900 yards with a completion percentage over 62% and has thrown for 34 touchdowns.
Despite numerous injuries, McCoy’s ability to step into the starting role when needed has proven invaluable for his teams.