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|Birth date:||June 22, 1971|
|Birth place:||Burlington, Iowa, United States|
|Height:||6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)|
|Weight:||222 lbs (100.7 kg)|
|Profession:||American football player, Athlete, Football Analyst, Philanthropist|
|Education:||Regis High School, University of Northern Iowa|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Brenda Warner (m. 1997)|
|Children:||Zachary Taylor Warner, Jesse Jo Warner|
Kurt Warner Net Worth, Biography, Wiki 2017-2016
Kurtis Eugene “Kurt” Warner was born on 22nd June 1971, in Burlington, Iowa. USA. He is a former quarterback, who became famous playing for three of the National Football League teams: St. Louis Rams, from 1998 until 2004, the New York Giants, in 2004, and the Arizona Cardinals, between 2005 and 2010, when he retired. He is now a TV football analyst for NFL Network.
So just how rich is Kurt Warner? His net worth is estimated at $30 million, most of his money having been made from football. He started playing in the NFL in 1998, for about $250,000 a season and, in 2000, he signed his first important 4-year contract which brought him about $46 million. He also made a good deal in 2005, when he signed a 2-year contract with the Arizona Cardinals for $23 million. His average salary in his last two seasons was $11.5 million. Kurt Warner completed his earnings from endorsements; in 2010, he signed a contract with Amway for the “Nutrilite brand”, which sells vitamins and supplements. The football player has invested $50,000 in an Asia football leagues, the Elite Football League of India.
Kurt Warner Net Worth $30 Million
Kurtis Warner was the quarterback of his class football team in Regis High School, Iowa, from where he graduated in 1989. He has a degree in communications from the University of Northern Iowa, where he also played football and was named the Offensive Player of the Year. After college, Warner worked in a grocery store and was a graduate assistant coach and, in 1995, he signed with Iowa Barnstormers because no team in the NFL wanted him back then. He became well known for his performances in the Arena Football League and even had a video game created around his image, called, “Kurt Warner’s Arena Football Unleashed”.
Kurt Warner started playing in the NFL in 1998, after signing with the St. Louis Rams. In the first season he played in the NFL Europe, where he became leader of the league in passing yards and touchdowns. After several good seasons for the Rams, in 2004, Warner signed a 2-year contract with the New York Giants and, in 2005, he signed with the Arizona Cardinals, for whom he had played until 2010. During his 14-year career, he had more than 10 NFL records, including “Fastest player to pass for 10,000 yards”, “Most touchdown passes in a single post-season – 11 touchdowns”, and “Only quarterback to throw for over 14,000 yards with two different teams”.
After retiring in 2010, he started working as a football analyst for television and radio, with NFL Network and Fox Sports. In 2014, he was hired by Westwood One radio as a temporary analyst for “Monday Night Football”.He adds money to his net worth from appearances in television shows, including “The Biggest Loser”, “The Suite Life on Deck”, and “Dancing with the Stars”. The former football player is also dedicating a lot of his time to philanthropic public service, especially through his “First Things First Foundation”, which is involved in projects for children.
In 1997, Kurt Warner married Brenda Carney Meoni, a former USMC corporal, divorced with two children; the couple now has seven children.
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|Year||Award||Ceremony||Nomination||Movie||Award shared with|
|2013||Critics' Choice TV Award||Critics Choice Television Awards||Best Reality Host||The Moment (2013)|
|2013||Emmy||Sports Emmy Awards||Outstanding Sports Personality - Studio Analyst|
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|1||Plays for the Arizona Cardinals. [October 2005]|
|2||Los Angeles, CA: As host, taping episodes of new reality-TV series "The Moment" on USA Network, in which contestants get a shot at fulfilling their dream jobs. [April 2013]|
|3||Quarterback with the St. Louis Rams (1998-2003), Arizona Cardinals (2005-present) and New York Giants (2004).|
|4||Has stated in interviews that whenever he and his family go out to a restaurant, they will look for a family that is enjoying themselves and anonymously pay for that family's meal. However, one time he ended up paying for a meal that turned out to be for the family of a player from the Pittsburgh Steelers, his opponent in Super Bowl XLIII.|
|5||Only quarterback in NFL history to throw for three touchdowns in each of his first three career NFL starts. He and Dan Marino are the only QB's to do it in their first two starts.|
|6||Adopted son Zachary suffers from motor imbalance due to head injuries that occurred when he was accidentally dropped as an infant.|
|7||His wife gave birth to twin girls, Sierra and Sienna. They're their sixth and seventh children. (2005)|
|8||Welcomed twin daughters, Sierra and Sienna, on December 19, 2005.|
|9||Sons Zachary, Kade and Elijah. Daughters Jesse Jo and Jada Jo.|
|10||Adopted Brenda's two children from a previous relationship, son Zachary and daughter Jesse Jo.|
|11||Met his wife, Brenda Warner, at a dance club, during his senior season at Northern Iowa.|
|12||His wife's parents, Larry and Jenny Carney, were killed when a tornado struck their home in 1996.|
|13||Has two "brothers" named Matt. One is his real brother, the other is a step-brother from his father's second marriage.|
|14||Early in his NFL career, he was asked to be a guest on a local St. Louis radio show to discuss the 1983 Sugar Bowl. The producers mistakenly thought he was former NFL running back Curt Warner, who played in that game at running back for Penn State.|
|15||He was the 1999 NFL Most Valuable Player.|
|16||He was the Super Bowl XXXIV MVP.|
|1||[re wife Brenda, on her advise on his reality-TV hosting] She's always telling me, 'Don't use your hands so much.' I'll try to work on that and then, on "The Moment" , they'll say, 'Go ahead and use your hands more.' I'm trying to find the balance, because I have big hands and I'm a big guy.|
|1||Wears jersey #13|