Before there was Kurt Warner, the NFL quarterback, there was Curt Warner, the NFL running back. Warner with a “K” was a two-time Most Valuable Player and a Super Bowl MVP, but Warner with a “C” wasn’t chopped liver on the gridiron, either. Curt Warner — who lives in Camas, Washington, and sells insurance in Beaverton — played eight NFL seasons from 1983 to 1990, the first seven for the Seattle Seahawks. He had four 1,000-yard seasons with Seattle, along with a 985-yard season in strike-shortened 1987, when only 12 games were played.

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