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Former NFL quarterback Kurt Warner is selling his seven-bedroom, 11,300-square-foot modern mansion for just a hair under $5 million.
The home, formerly owned by baseball Hall of Famer Roberto Alomer is certainly one of a kind as seen in the photos below.
Click for a virtual tour of the former Super Bowl MVP's marvelous mansion!
The weird home can be found on Cheney Drive in Paradise Valley in Scottsdale, Ariz. It includes a pool and spa as well as exercise, theater and billiards rooms. It will be featured on HGTV's Celebrity Homes in December.
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You want to know why it must suck for Kurt Warner to live in this insane Arizona contemporary house with over 11,000 square feet and more swimming holes than the Florida Keys? Because he can’t throw massive keggers and have bikini chicks frolicking on his patio. Remember, dude is a Bible thumper. So, with religion tying him down, it’s time to sell this pad for $5,000,000. And...
Right or wrong, the majority of folks in this country don't like having other people's faith jammed down their throats. Even an outspoken Christian like Kurt Warner knows that. That's why the retired Warner, 40, offered a bit of advice to Tim Tebow, who's been at the center of an ongoing debate around the country, both for his merits as a football player and his ubiquitous...
Kurt Warner was known as one of the most religious players in the NFL when he played. One of his most notable moments was when he won the Super Bowl and bellowed “Thank you Jesus!” As Christ-focused as he was, the former Rams and Cardinals quarterback quickly learned that constantly mentioning the Lord can be [...]
The Arizona Republic reports: Former Cardinals and Rams quarterback Kurt Warner believes the Broncos' Kurt Warner would be wise to tone down his religious rhetoric.
Add Kurt Warner to the list of former NFL quarterbacks who are advising Tim Tebow to tone down the Jesus talk.
Last week, former Denver Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer said that while he liked how Tebow handles himself and how he has brought success to the broncos, he wishes that he would “rather not have to hear that [references to Jesus Christ] every single time...
During Monday Night Football last week, Ron Jaworski briefly speculated that Tyler Palko was following the Kurt Warner archetype, of a guy who bumbles around for a while before finally getting his shot in the NFL. As Jaws pointed out, Kurt Warner didn't get his first NFL start until he was 28 years old—just like Palko. More »
Tim Tebow isn't the first quarterback to share about his faith. Kurt Warner spent a career doing the same, but he believes Denver's under-the-microscope field general should let his play do the talking.