Kurt Warner

Kurt Warner

Four-time Pro Bowler, two-time NFL MVP and Super Bowl XXXIV MVP Kurt Warner joined NFL Network in 2010 as an analyst following an illustrious 12-year playing career.

During the football season, Warner joins Rich Eisen, Marshall Faulk, Steve Mariucci, and Michael Irvin on NFL GameDay Morning, the first and most comprehensive Sunday pregame show on television. He can also be seen as a regular contributor throughout the week on NFL Total Access.

Prior to joining the Network full-time in September 2010, Warner was featured as a game analyst during NFL Network's Arena Football Friday game telecasts, teaming with Paul Burmeister in the booth for the call of Arena Bowl XXIII. In 2011, Warner and Burmeister returned to the Arena Bowl broadcasting booth for a second year and called Arena Bowl XXIV.

Only a year after earning a backup quarterback spot with the St. Louis Rams in 1998, Warner was thrust into the starting role. Warner would go on to lead one of the league's most prolific offenses of all time for the next four years, earning two NFL MVP titles, three Pro Bowl selections and a Super Bowl MVP honor following the Rams victory over the Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV. Warner went on to appear in two other Super Bowls –- once again with the Rams in 2001 and eight years later with the Arizona Cardinals in Super Bowl XLIV, the franchise’s first ever Super Bowl appearance.

Within the Rams record books, Warner is the all-time leader in passer rating (97.2) and his 4,830 passing yards in 2001 also stands as a franchise record. He set several records with the Arizona Cardinals franchise during the 2008 season including pass completions (401), touchdown passes (30) and the most consecutive games with a pass completed (22). Warner is also tied with Steve Young and Rich Gannon in the NFL record books for the most consecutive games with 300+ passing yards.

In 2008, Warner was the recipient of the Walter Payton Man of the Year award, given annually by the NFL honoring a player's volunteer and charity work, as well as their excellence on the field.

After going undrafted in the 1994 NFL Draft out of Northern Iowa where he earned a degree in Communications, Warner spent three years with the Arena Football League Iowa Barnstormers from 1995-1997 where he led the team to Arena Bowl appearances in 1996 and 1997.

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