Quarterback Kurt Warner played three seasons with the Arena Football League’s Iowa Barnstormers (1995-97) and another with NFL Europe’s Amsterdam Admirals (1998) before finally getting a chance to play in the NFL. Warner appeared in only one game during the 1998 as a backup quarterback for the St. Louis Cardinals and attempted only eleven passes. But in 1999, with the St. Louis Rams, he put together one of the best seasons by a quarterback in NFL history. That season Warner passed for 4,353 yards and 41 touchdowns, was named NFL MVP, won a Super Bowl championship, and named Super Bowl MVP. This is the jersey Warner wore in Super Bowl XXXIV when he completed his rags-to-riches pro football story.
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