Kurt Warner scrambles in the backfield during the Super Bowl
St. Louis Rams quarterback Kurt Warner rolls out of the pocket during Super Bowl 34, a 23-16 victory over the Tennesee Titans | Allen Kee/Getty Images

Kurt Warner is a Hall of Fame quarterback who played in the NFL for both the then-St. Louis Rams and the Arizona Cardinals, winning a Super Bowl with the former franchise. Great as he was under center, he’s arguably more famous for the rags-to-riches story that saw him go undrafted in 1994 before playing in other professional leagues, bagging groceries, and bursting onto the scene in 1999.

Warner threw 208 touchdown passes in an NFL career that saw him win MVP twice and make four Pro Bowls. Following his retirement in 2009, he has spent time coaching football at lower levels and analyzing the sport on both television and the radio.


Birthday: June 22, 1971

Hometown: Burlington, Iowa

College: Northern Iowa

Height: 6-foot-2

Spouse: Brenda Warner (Married in 2007)

Children: Zachary Taylor Warner (1989), Jesse Jo Warner (1992), Kade Eugene Warner (1998), Jada Jo Warner (2001), Elijah Storm Warner (2003), Sienna Rae Warner (2005), Sierra Rose Warner (2005)

Jersey number: Nos. 10 and 13

Number of Super Bowl wins: 1

Number of Super Bowl appearances: 3


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