Kurt Warner's Cardinals Heading to Super Bowl

Kurt Warner
January 19, 2009

Kurt Warner

Two-time NFL MVP and Super Bowl Champion

On Jan. 18, quarterback Kurt Warner led the Arizona Cardinals to a 32-25 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. With the win, the Cardinals claimed the NFC championship and will head to the Super Bowl for the first time in the franchise history.

While this will be the team's first go-around at the Super Bowl, Warner was named MVP for 2000's Super Bowl XXXIV after leading the St. Louis rams to victory over Tennessee Titans.

The Cardinals will face off against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Super Bowl XLIII on Feb. 1 in Tampa, Fla.

During the off-season, Warner speaks with various community and faith groups about overcoming obstacles, pursuing excellence and his personal story of faith. For information on booking Kurt Warner for a speaking engagement, visit www.premierespeakers.com/kurt_warner.

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