And it should probably happen before the start of the season...
Having worked together famously with Mike Martz in St. Louis, Kurt Warner may have some critical knowledge to impart to Jay Cutler as Cutler heads into his first season with Martz as his offensive coordinator in Chicago.
But Warner's still waiting for the phone call, as told to KGME radio in Phoenix:
"I did reach out to Jay really early in the process just to let him know, 'Hey, if there's anything you need.' If he wants to talk about anything, my door's always open. He can give me a call at any time. Haven't heard from Jay yet, although I have heard rumors that he may reach out to me at some point."
Rumors? A guy wants to talk about how to be successful within an offense at a Super Bowl winning level and there are "rumors" that he might get a call back?
Even if Cutler is feeling comfortable with his progress in the offense right now, Warner remembers the actual in-season adjustments being the most challenging part:
"It is a difficult offense. And the thing that's so difficult about the offense, at least the way it was when I was playing, was that there was a lot of turnover from week to week. We had a lot of new plays. And we had a high volume of plays. We'd have somewhere between 200 and 240 passes in every week and a lot of them would be new. Either new formations or new plays in general. And so that was one of the hardest things was that it wasn't just about the offseason and learning the offense and then it primarily stayed the same and you could just grow with it. You were constantly changing things and (Martz) was constantly challenging you to study, to learn new things, to make adjustments."
Sounds like another fun fall ahead in the Windy City.