Kurt Warner

 Quarterback
 Height: 6'2
 Weight: 215
 College: Northern Iowa
CAREER STATS:
 Career Stats Passing Rushing  
 Year Team G Cmp Att Pct Yds TD Int Rtg Rsh Yds Avg TD FM FR
 2002 Fargo 14 280 441 63.5 3,561 18 5 97.5 52 128 2.5 0 1 0  
 2003 Fargo 14 306 475 64.4 3,836 18 5 97.7 44 126 2.9 2 5 0  
 2004 Fargo 14 273 424 64.4 3,523 20 5 101.2 34 117 3.4 0 2 0  
 2005 Fargo 14 295 434 68.0 3,524 19 5 102.4 43 65 1.5 2 2 2  
 2006 Fargo 14 285 427 66.7 3,516 17 2 103.3 57 108 1.9 1 0 0  
 2007 Fargo 14 324 500 64.8 3,946 15 3 96.5 52 150 2.9 0 2 0  
 2008 Fargo 14 346 541 66.4 4,117 19 8 96.1 39 61 1.6 0 10 1  
 2009 Fargo 14 312 486 64.2 3,365 14 6 88.9 52 107 2.1 0 2 2  
 2010 Fargo 14 261 378 69.0 3,063 13 5 99.3 43 11 0.3 0 2 0  
 2011 Fargo 14 256 390 65.6 3,115 20 5 101.8 42 -6 -0.1 0 5 1  
 2012 Fargo 14 321 487 65.9 3,825 24 8 99.3 39 9 0.2 0 7 0  
 2013 Fargo 14 325 496 65.5 3,739 15 7 92.3 53 95 1.8 0 6 1  
 2014 Fargo 14 288 455 63.3 3,709 22 2 103.1 39 34 0.9 1 3 0  
 2015 Lexington 14 296 442 67.0 3,715 21 6 103.1 50 112 2.2 0 6 0  
 2016 Lexington 14 325 485 67.0 3,917 17 6 98.1 38 19 0.5 0 3 1  
 2017 Lexington 14 280 413 67.8 3,596 22 2 110.6 35 154 4.4 2 2 0  
 2018 Lexington 14 279 405 68.9 3,574 24 4 111.9 44 60 1.3 1 6 1  
 16 Seasons 238 5052 7659 66.0 61,641 318 84 99.9 756 1,350 1.7 9 64 9

PROFILE:

FIFL Experience: Drafted 4th overall in the 2002 FIFL draft by the Fargo Freeze. 2002 FIFL Rookie of the Year, and 2002 Offensive Rookie of the Year. Member of the National Conference All-Pro Team in 2006. Awarded Offensive Player of the Game 20 times in his career, and Offensive Player of the Week twice.

Professional Experience: Starting quarterback for Amsterdam Admirals of NFL Europe in 1998...played for Iowa Barnstormers of the Arena Football League from 1995-97...spent 1994 training camp with the Green Bay Packers. In 2000, started 11 games and helping Rams set NFL records for passing yards and total yards….completed 235 of 346 passes for 3,429 yards with 21 touchdowns and 18 interceptions…led NFL in completion percentage (67.7) and average gain (9.88), third in NFC and seventh in the NFL in third down passing (91.2), and fourth in the NFC and fifth in the NFL in fourth quarter passing (98.8)…led Rams to first NFL title since 1951, completing 77 of 121 passes for 1,063 yards with eight touchdowns and four interceptions (100.0 rating)…passed for Super Bowl record 424 yards in win over Tennessee… NFL Europe 1998: Started all 10 games for the Admirals...led league in passing yards (2,101), attempts (326), completions (165) and touchdowns (15). Arena Football League 1995-1997: Passed for 10,164 yards and 183 touchdowns in three seasons with the Barnstormers...led Iowa to two straight Arena Bowl appearances…holds all of Barnstormers’ individual passing records.

College: Gateway Conference offensive player of the year senior season at Northern Iowa...led the conference in total offense and passing efficiency...passed for over 300 yards four times...two-time Gateway player of the week...only started senior season...graduated with a degree in communications.

Personal: Born Kurtis Warner in Burlington, Ia ... attended Cedar Rapids Regis High ... lettered in football, basketball and baseball ... Des Moines Register all-state selection in football senior season ... success has enabled him to assist charities and causes close to the heart of his family, such as Camp Barnabas, a christian summer camp for children with disabilities ... Kurt's generosity has resulted in more than $200,000 for Camp Barnabas to expand its services and include more children in future camps ... Warner's support includes donating 100% of the proceeds of his Warner's Crunchtime cereal to the Camp, as well as the fees of other appearances like Wheel of Fortune and other endorsements ... The Warner's have also lent support to other worthy causes such as the Red Cross and Race for the Cure in which they were honorary chairs for the event ... foundation's website is www.firstthingsfirstfoundation.com ... Kurt is married (Brenda), and has four children, sons Zachary and Kade and daughters Jesse and Jada Jo ... resides in St. Louis, Mo.