In one magical season that reads like an Oscar-winning movie script, Kurt Warner went from NFL quarterback wannabe--just two years ago he was a third-stringer who played in one game--to league and Super Bowl MVP. "He's a book, he's a movie, this guy," said St. Louis Rams former head coach Dick Vermeil after Warner led the Rams to their dramatic 23-16 victory in Super Bowl XXXIV by throwing for a record 414 yards.
Well, the book's already out. It's Warner's autobiography, accurately titled All Things Possible.
The movie? There's nothing in the works--yet--but if you take Rudy, Rock,
and Field of Dreams
, and roll them all into one, you'll get the idea what Kurt Warner: The Movie
would be about.
Read the rest of our feature on Kurt Warner from our November/December 2000 issue by clicking here