Steve Stevens' Big Sports show is both an LA Times and Chicago Metromix Comedy Critic's Pick. Steve served as the news and sports anchor on q101 radio in Chicago.
Super Bowl winning QB Kurt Warner sits down with Marc and discusses head injuries in the NFL, as well as the leagues new rule changes.
Kurt Warner joins HuffPost Live and shares his thoughts on how the NFL would react to an openly gay player.
Kurt Warner gives his take on Tim Tebow and what he has to do to make it in the NFL.
From bagging groceries to winning MVP of Super Bowl XXXIV, Kurt Warner knows about getting second chances. He joins us in-studio to discuss his new reality series 'The Moment,' which puts the spotlight on inspirational stories like his own.
Kurt Warner describes giving people a chance at their dreams on his show 'The Moment.'
If you've ever wanted to watch Kurt Warner from the Arizona Cardinals "Walk It Out", now you can.
This week we stick it to Alex Rodriguez, the NBA all star weekend, Michael Phelps, the NHL, Jose Conseco, Kurt Warner, Larry Fitzgerald, Tiger Woods, Mike Tyson, Roberto Alomar, Lance Armstrong, Daryl Strawberry, Joba Chamberlain, J.D. Drew, NASCAR, and more!
For anyone who believes in second chances comes USA Network's new unscripted original series The Moment. Hosted by legendary NFL quarterback Kurt Warner, The Moment will give ordinary Americans the opportunity to realize their dreams and rewrite their life stories.
We chat with some of the biggest names in the NFL at ESPN The Magazine’s ESPY Style Studio. We hang out with Antonio Pierce, Ben Rothlisberger, Kurt Warner, and Adrian Peterson. Hosted by Michelle Marie.
Watch a preview of the episode Choreographer!
Kurt Warner chats about hosting the new USA Network reality show, "The Moment." How will this show give people a second chance at landing the job of their dreams? Plus, now that he's retired from NFL football, what would Kurt consider his dream job?