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1/27/02 Sunday Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis Rams vs. Eagles NFC championship game. Rams quarterback Kurt Warner waves in the direction of his wife from the victory platform at midfield following the Rams NFC Championship victory over the Eagles. Behind him is Rams owner Georgia Frontiere with a copy of the Post-Dispatch extra. PHOTO BY J.B. FORBES

Numbers that stand out from Kurt Warner's career with the St. Louis Rams, New York Giants and Arizona Cardinals:

1 • Super Bowl MVP award (1999 season).

2 • League MVP awards (1999, 2001).

3 • Seasons played for Iowa Barnstormers of Arena League (1995-97).

4 • Pro Bowls (1999, 2000, '01, '08).

4-for-11 • Completions and attempts in first game played for St. Louis Rams (Dec. 27, 1998, at San Francisco).

4-for-11 • Completions and attempts in last game played for St. Louis Rams (Dec. 28, 2003, at Detroit).

5 • Touchdown passes vs. San Francisco (Oct. 10, 1999).

6 • Seasons spent with St. Louis Rams.

7 • Children for Kurt and wife Brenda.

8 • Touchdown passes during 1999 season's playoffs.

9 • Games started as a New York Giant in 2004.

11 • Game, season, or career passing records set as a Cardinal.

14 • Game, season, or career passing records held or shared as a Ram.

15 • TD passes during 1998 season for Amsterdam Admirals in NFL Europe, a league high.

36 • Games needed to reach 10,000 passing yards, the fastest in NFL history.

47 • Games needed to each 1,000 completions, the fastest in NFL history.

73 • Yards gained on game-winning TD pass to Isaac Bruce in Super Bowl XXXIV vs. Tennessee.

183 • TD passes thrown over three seasons with Iowa Barnstormers.

414 • Yards passing in Super Bowl XXXIV, second-most in Super Bowl history.

484 • Yards passing on Nov. 25, 2007 (for Arizona) vs. 49ers, a career high.


PHOTO: Kurt Warner waves in the direction of his wife after the St. Louis Rams won the NFC Championship in 2002 with a 29-24 win over the Philadelphia Eagles. Behind him is Rams owner Georgia Frontiere with a copy of the Post-Dispatch "Extra" edition. (Post-Dispatch photo by J.B. Forbes)