Kurt Warner's final season with the Rams was 2003.
Warner had a broken hand in the 2003 season and played in only 2 games after playing in only 7 games in the 2002 season due to a broken finger. The Rams released him in June, 2004 and he signed with the New York Giants.
Six seasons, 1998-2003. He became a scout team quarterback in 1998, then was elevated to starter in the 1999 preseason. He was demoted in early 2002 and released after 2003.
Kurt was about 27 years old when he finally got to play in NFL.
After the 2010 season
Kurt Warner led the Rams in 99 and 02 and led the Cardinals this year
Kurt Warner was not selected in the 1994 NFL draft. He was invited to the Green Bay Packers training camp that year, but was ultimately cut. it wasn't until 4 years later that Warner finally made an NFL roster, when he was signed by the St. Louis Rams in 1998.
38 years old.
yes he is he does it every year
He used to play for the Arizona Cardinals but this year he retired
Kurt met his wife as a stock boy in St. Louis. He was a stock boy before he was a great football player, his wife was shopping at a food lion that Warner worked for he could help but ask her out, she said yes. When he got to her house his future wife said that she couldn't come because her disabled kid was sick and she couldn't find a baby sitter, Kurt offered to take the kids with them and they did, they had a great time with her two sons Kurt and his wife, one year later they got married, Kurt wants to be a minister when he gets out of Football.
No. Warner was a member of the 1998 St. Louis Rams and a third stringer behind Tony Banks and Steve Bono. He was inactive for 14 of the 16 regular season games and got into only one game in the 1998 season, throwing 11 passes. Certainly, as far as playing time was concerned, he could have been considered a 'rookie' but since he was on the Rams 53 man roster for the entire 1998 season, he was considered a 2nd year player.No. Kurt Warner had played professional football in the Arena League before he ever played a down in the National Football League. As a result, he would have been considered a first-year player instead of a rookie. He also was the third-string quarterback for the St. Louis Rams in 1998, the year before he guided the Rams to a Super Bowl championship. No rookie quarterback has ever started a Super Bowl contest.
Kurt Warner, 1999
No rookie quarterback has ever reached the Super Bowl. Two second year quarterbacks have taken their teams all the way and won Super Bowls in their first year as the starter. This feat was first accomplished by Kurt Warner of the St. Louis Rams, followed by Tom Brady of the New England Patriots.
Most likely not, hes is not at all like Brett Favre
No. In March, 2009 he signed a 2 year, $23 million contract ($15 million signing bonus) with the Cardinals.