Hall of Fame quarterback Steve Young

Steve Young is arguably the best left-handed quarterback to ever play in the NFL.  In fact, he is the only left-handed QB to ever be inducted into the Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Steve joins us live this morning from New York City to talk football and let us know about how we can all help give away ten thousand shirts to guys in need.

Some Steve Young Facts:

Young emerged as one of the most popular, marketable and successful quarterbacks in the history of the NFL. Known for his exciting scrambles and his surgical precision throwing a football, the crafty lefty single handedly redefined the quarterback position in the NFL.

Young retired as the highest-rated quarterback in NFL history, Steve’s gridiron achievements include being the first left handed quarterback inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame (2005), a Super Bowl MVP, two regular season MVP awards, six NFL Passing titles and seven consecutive Pro Bowl appearances.

A versatile talent, Young is a licensed attorney, an acclaimed motivational speaker, has appeared on a variety of talk shows and has even dabbled in the acting world. He was the studio co-host of the Super Bowl XXXIV pre-game, half-time and post-game show on ABC. Steve has also written a children’s book entitled Forever Young. He is currently an analyst for ESPN’s Monday Night Football coverage.

 

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