Cardinals president sends private jet to pick up Warner's stranded family
Kurt Warner's family were stranded in Chicago, and Cardinals president Michael Bidwill arranged to pick them up to get them to Ohio.
NFL Super Bowl champion and Pro Bowler Kurt Warner asked for help and Arizona Cardinals president Michael Bidwill answered.
On Thursday, former Cardinals quarterback Warner tweeted to crowd-source some assistance for 13 family members who were stranded at Chicago's O'Hare airport while trying to make their way to Canton, Ohio, for this weekend's Hall of Fame ceremonies.
Bidwill stepped in and sent his private jet to pick up Warner's family so they could make it to Ohio to attend the latter's party ahead of his induction into the Hall of Fame on Saturday.
Bidwill arrived in Canton late Thursday and sent his plane to Chicago to pick up Warner's guests, who did make it to the party.
Ok, not much 4 name dropping but @united help a HOFer out - kids stuck at O'Hare & u have 1 flight to Clev so they can make it to our party?— Kurt Warner (@kurt13warner) August 3, 2017
Warner spent four years with the Cardinals before calling time on his NFL career, which included a Super Bowl ring, Super Bowl NFL and four Pro-Bowl honours.