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)
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