Kurt Warner Net Worth: Kurt Warner is a retired American football quarterback that has a net worth of $30 million dollars. After that he attended the University of Northern Iowa, graduating in 1993. Warner went undrafted in the 1994 NFL Draft. He was encouraged to try out for the Green Bay Packers’ training camp in 1994, but was discharged prior to the normal season started. He led the 2008 Arizona Cardinals to Super Bowl XLIII and possesses the three greatest single-game passing yardage totals in Super Bowl history. Warner is be considered the very best undrafted NFL player ever, following a 12-year career regarded as among the greatest stories in NFL history. On January 29, 2010 Warner formally declared his retirement in the National Football League.
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]
Quarterback with the St. Louis Rams (1998-2003), Arizona Cardinals (2005-present) and New York Giants (2004).
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.
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.
Adopted son Zachary suffers from motor imbalance due to head injuries that occurred when he was accidentally dropped as an infant.
His wife gave birth to twin girls, Sierra and Sienna. They're their sixth and seventh children. (2005)
Welcomed twin daughters, Sierra and Sienna, on December 19, 2005.
Sons Zachary, Kade and Elijah. Daughters Jesse Jo and Jada Jo.
Adopted Brenda's two children from a previous relationship, son Zachary and daughter Jesse Jo.
Met his wife, Brenda Warner, at a dance club, during his senior season at Northern Iowa.
His wife's parents, Larry and Jenny Carney, were killed when a tornado struck their home in 1996.
Has two "brothers" named Matt. One is his real brother, the other is a step-brother from his father's second marriage.
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.
He was the 1999 NFL Most Valuable Player.
He was the Super Bowl XXXIV MVP.
Wears jersey #13
[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.