When Trent Green left the field on a cart after being hurt in a preseason game in 1999, his chances of being the starting QB for the Rams that year went with him. Kurt Warner took over and led the team to a Super Bowl win.
When Trent Green left the field on a cart after being hurt in a preseason game in 1999, his chances of being the starting QB for the Rams that year went with him. Kurt Warner took over and led the team to a Super Bowl win. HAROLD JENKINS 1999 photo by The Associated Press
When Trent Green left the field on a cart after being hurt in a preseason game in 1999, his chances of being the starting QB for the Rams that year went with him. Kurt Warner took over and led the team to a Super Bowl win. HAROLD JENKINS 1999 photo by The Associated Press

Former Chiefs QB Trent Green knows well how a hit can change things

August 23, 2014 01:00 PM

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