Christian Speaker Kurt Warner

Kurt Warner

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NFL legend and Christian Speaker Kurt Warner is a former NFL quarterback who played in the league for 11 seasons. Kurt played for three different teams during his career: the St. Louis Rams, New York Giants and Arizona Cardinals. In 2010, Kurt was on the hit televisions series Dancing with the Stars alongside his dance partner Anna Trebunskaya. In that same year, he joined NFL Network as an analyst and now is now currently an announcer for Fox Sports NFL coverage. In 2015, he appeared in the first ever Super Bowl advertisement for Skittles candy.

After playing in the Arena Football League for 4 years, Kurt finally got his shot at the NFL when he signed with the St. Louis Rams in 1998. In just his second year in the league, Kurt led the Rams to a Super Bowl XXXIV victory and was named MVP of the game after throwing for a Super Bowl record 414 passing yards and attempting 45 passes without an interception. In the 2001 season, Kurt led the Rams back to the Super Bowl and brought home his second NFL MVP award after a riveting performance to beat the Tennessee Titans. The game was an instant classic after the Rams made a saving tackle on the 1-yard line that stopped a Titans receiver from reaching the end zone to tie the game as time expired.

In 2006 with the Arizona Cardinals, Kurt elapsed 20,000 passing yards becoming the second fastest player in NFL history to do so behind Hall of Famer Dan Marino. During the 2008 season, Kurt led the Cardinals to a Super Bowl XLIII berth and finished the game with 377 passing yards, giving him the top 3 spots of most passing yards in a Super Bowl game in history. For his career, Kurt went on to throw for over 32,000 yards, 208 touchdowns and has the record for most passing yards in a single post season with 1,156 yards (2008).

Kurt has often given God credit for his NFL accolades and started the First Things First Foundation in part to share his faith in God and to help others those in need find joy and hope in their lives. As a father of 7 children, Kurt wants it to be known that faith and family always come first and it is that mantra that drives  in his foundation. Christian speaker Kurt has also written a few books: All Things Possible, First Things First: The Rules of Being a Warner, and Keep Your Head Up to discuss his faith and how he never gave up on his dream of playing football in the NFL.