13 Facts About Curt Warner


Curtis Edward Warner was born on March 18,1961 and is an American former professional football player who was a running back in the National Football League.


Curt Warner was inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame on December 8,2009.


Curt Warner was the 1983 AFC Offensive Player of the Year in his rookie NFL season.


Curt Warner was a standout at Pineville High School in Pineville, West Virginia, graduating in a class of only 90 students.


On October 30,2010, Evan Royster surpassed Curt Warner to take over the career rushing yards record.


Curt Warner was named an All-American twice, in 1981 and 1982.


Curt Warner earned a Bachelor of Arts in speech communication from Penn State in 1983.

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Curt Warner was the third overall pick of the 1983 NFL draft, selected by the Seattle Seahawks.


Curt Warner followed future hall of famers John Elway and Eric Dickerson.


Curt Warner led the AFC in rushing yards his rookie season in 1983, helping Seattle to its first Conference Championship game which they lost to the Los Angeles Raiders, the eventual league champion.


Curt Warner came back in the 1985 and had a number of successful seasons before ending his career with the Los Angeles Rams.


Curt Warner is a three-time Pro Bowler, and was inducted into the Seattle Seahawks Ring of Honor in 1994.


Curt Warner is the current running backs coach at Camas High School in Camas, Washington and founder and president of the Curt Warner Autism Foundation.