Fun Fact: Warner's faith took him from the grocery store to the Super Bowl
One comeback wasn't enough for Kurt Warner. Already famous as the man who went from stocking grocery shelves to tossing touchdown passes in the 1990s, Warner's football career has been a series of short peaks and long valleys since his win in Super Bowl XXXIV. He was cut by both the St. Louis Rams and New York Giants, and was benched multiple times by the lowly Arizona Cardinals. Warner came back all over again, and has led the Cardinals to the first Super Bowl appearance in team history. Warner tells anyone who will listen that his main story, and his main interest, is his Christian faith. He and his wife, Brenda, lead the First Things First Foundation, which provides a range of services for families in extreme need. Photo courtesy of John Trainor.