Stewart took over as starting QB in the 1997 season. His backup in 1997 and 1998 was Mike Tomczak. He shared the starting duties with Tomczak in 1999. Stewart lost the starting job to Kent Graham in 2000 but regained it when Graham was injured. Tommy Maddox was backup in 2001. Maddox took over as starting QB in the 2002 season and Stewart signed as a free agent with the Bears for the 2003 season.
Kordell Stewart was cut by the Baltimore Ravens in late 2005. He was their third string quarterback, serving as Anthony Wright's backup while Kyle Boller was injured.
In 2002, the Steelers quarterback was Tommy Maddox. His backup was Kordell Stewart.
The Steelers drafted Kordell Stewart in 1995. That season he was third string behind starter Neil O'Donnell and backup Mike Tomczak. O'Donnell left the Steelers for the Jets after the 1995 season and, for 1996, Stewart was the backup behind Tomczak. He took over as starting QB in the 1997 season.
Tommy Maddox and Kordell Stewart were the quarterbacks for the Steelers in 2002 with Tommy taking twice as many snaps as Kordell.
Kordell Stewart played backup to Mike Tomczak in the 1996 season for the Pittsburgh Steelers.
No, Kordell never won nor played in a Super Bowl. No Kordell Stewart never won a Super Bowl but he did play in Super Bowl XXX (30) as a wide receiver/backup QB for the Pittsburgh Steelers when they lost to the Dallas Cowboys 27 to 17. He had 3 yard 4th down run which netted a first down.
Kordell Stewart is 6' 1".
Kordell Kekoa goes by Kahu.
Kordell Stewart goes by Slash.
Kordell Stewart was born on October 16, 1972.