Two-time NFL MVP Kurt Warner was recently honored by the Iowa Barnstormers, Warner's pre-NFL arena football team, with the retiring of his jersey.
Warner played for the Barnstormers from 1995 to 1997 before going on to become one of the most celebrated players in NFL history. Warner's #13 is the first number to be retired in the team's history.
"We think it's great for the Barnstormer fans to have him back," Jeff Lamberti, the Barnstormers' managing owner, told The Des Moines Register. "He is clearly the most famous Iowa Barnstormer and most famous guy coming out of arena football. He's great for our league, and we're thrilled that he wants to broadcast our game."
Kurt Warner is a two-time NFL MVP and Super Bowl Champion, who led both the St. Louis Rams to Super Bowl XXXIV and the Cardinals to Super Bowl XLIII. Warner recently retired from the NFL and, with his wife, founded the First Things First Foundation to promote Christian values.
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