Super Bowl Winner Kurt Warner Among Ten Candidates Who Should be in Hall of Fame According to ESPN Article

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ESPN – NFL star and Super Bowl Winner Kurt Warner has been ranked by ESPN writer Kevin Seifert as one of ten candidates who should be in the Hall of Fame. According to an ESPN article on August 4, 2016, although Warner was one of the best quarterbacks in league history he was not among those enshrined into the Hall of Fame in 2016 and should not be forgotten. Source: ESPN ... Read More

Kurt Warner Among 2016 NFL Hall of Fame Inductee List

EARTH CITY, MO — Legendary quarterback Kurt Warner is one of five NFL players representing the Rams organization to be part of the 2016 Pro Football Hall of Fame induction class. Along with Warner, four members of the Greatest Show on Turf include — wide receivers Isaac Bruce and Torry Holt and offensive tackle Orlando Pace — as well as pass rusher Kevin Greene, who started his career with the Rams when they played in Los Angeles. Source: ESPN.

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Kurt Warner’s Life Story to Become a Movie

Kurt Warner, who went from stocking shelves at a grocery store for $5.50 an hour to become one of the greatest quarterback’s in NFL history, was always told that his life story would make a great movie and now that dream is coming true. ... Read More

Christian Athlete Kurt Warner is Guest Speaker at Community Church of Joy in Glendale AZ

GLENDALE, AZ. — Former NFL quarterback and Christian speaker, Kurt Warner, has been invited by the Community Church of Joy as a guest speaker during Sunday services on April 28, 2013. Warner is scheduled to speak at the 8:15, 10 and 11:30 a.m. services. Christian speaker, Kurt Warner,  announced his retirement on Friday, January 29, 2010 at the Arizona Cardinal's Tempe headquarters. ... Read More

Retired NFL Quarterback Kurt Warner to Host Reality Show ‘The Moment’

Kurt Warner will host a new reality show called ‘The Moment” scheduled to debut in the third quarter of this year on the USA Network. The executive producers are Charlie Ebersol and Justin Hochberghas. Warner will offer contestants 2nd chances at abandoned careers. Each week, Warner will surprise someone nominated by a loved one and give him or her a chance to pursue their dreams.

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Who Are The Top St. Louis Sports Speakers

Every town has its share of favorite sports speakers. Denver has John Elway. Dallas has Roger Staubach. But few cities can boast the number of well-known sports speakers as St. Louis. Let’s take a look at a few of my favorites…

Ozzie Smith…Affectionately known as “The Wizard” for his magical plays at shortstop, Ozzie Smith is considered one of the top shortstops of all-time. During his 19 years in the Majors, Smith was a 15-time All Star and 13-time Gold Glove winner. He helped lead the Cardinals to the 1982 World Series title and was inducted in the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2002.

Lou Brock…Best known for his base-stealing prowess, Lou Brock was one of baseball’s most exciting players during his era. Brock helped lead the Cardinals to National League pennants in 1964, 1967 and 1968 and to World Series championships in 1964 and 1967, a year in which he also became the first player to steal 50 bases and hit 20 home runs in the same season. Brock’s 938 stolen bases rank only second to Rickey Henderson’s 1,406 on the all-time list.

Bob Gibson…Few pitchers instilled fear in opposing hitters like Bob Gibson. Ask any old-timer which pitcher he feared most and chances are good that Gibson will be among the ones mentioned. In 17 seasons with the Cardinals, Gibson went 251-174 with a 2.91 ERA. As impressive as those numbers are, arguably his most impressive feat occurred in 1969 when he threw 28 complete games, something unheard of in today’s game.

Kurt Warner…Few football players can boast a rags to riches story like Kurt Warner, who went from stocking shelves at a grocery store to Arena League quarterback to Super Bowl champion. Warner was a five-time All-Pro, was named AP NFL MVP in 1999 and 2001 and was named mvp of Super Bowl XXXIV in 2000 after leading the Rams to a 23-16 victory over the Tennessee Titans.

Others notable sports speakers who either reside in St. Louis or maintain close ties include sportscasters Bob Costas and Joe Buck, baseball Hall of Famer Whitey Herzog and catcher Mike Matheny and football players DeMarco Farr and Marshall Faulk.


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Tim Tebow Will Be Speaker At National Prayer Breakfast Agent Says

Tim Tebow, who won the Heisman Trophy in 2007 and led the University of Florida to two BCS championships, will attend the National Prayer Breakfast on Thursday, his agent reports.

Politico reports that when asked if he would be speaking at the breakfast, Tim Tebow’s agent, Susan Vanderlinde, said, “Yes, I believe he is.”… ... Read More

Kurt Warner Officially Retires From NFL

Quarterback Kurt Warner, 38, officially announced his retirement today from the NFL.

“It’s been an amazing ride,” Warner told reporters. “I don’t think I could have dreamt it would have played out like it has, but I’ve been humbled every day that I woke up the last 12 years and amazed that God would choose to use me to do what he’s given me the opportunity to do.”

“I’m excited about what’s next,” Warner said. “Before I was always excited about next season.”

Warner is a popular Christian speaker and religion will continue to play a huge part in Kurt’s life.

Kurt Warner Retirement Rumors Surface After Arizona 51-45 Victory Over Green Bay

GLENDALE, AZ — After the Arizona Cardinals unprecedented 51-45 victory over the Green Bay Packers yesterday, rumors started circulating that Kurt Warner may retire next season.

Usually after winning every home game, Warner would celebrate with his family in the stands. However, last night he went back on the field and waved to the fans first. This gesture sparked rumors that Warner, who was already considering retirement, was saying goodbye to the fans. ... Read More

How Will Broncos, Bills, Cardinals, Patriots, Cowboys Do In NFL 2009 Season?

With the NFL season upon us, there are numerous interesting story lines. The question is how will some of the NFL teams fare in the 2009-2010 season. NFL teams like the Denver Broncos, Buffalo Bills, Arizona Cardinals, New England Patriots and Dallas Cowboys are just a few of the most intriguing story lines. ... Read More