Moon was picked for 9 Pro Bowls including a QB-record 8 straight (1988-95).
Moon was the MVP of CFL with Edmonton in 1983.
Moon was the MVP of the 1978 Rose Bowl with Washington.
Warren and Erik Kramer host a fantasy football sports show, "Ultimate Fantasy Football".
On March 8, 1981 Warren married the former Felicia Fontenot Hendricks.
Warren played for the Kansas City Chiefs from 1999-2000.
Warren played for the Seattle Seahawks from 1997-1998.
Warren played for the Minnesota Vikings from 1994-1996.
Warren played for the Houston Oilers from 1984-1993.
Warren played for the Edmonton Eskimos from 1978-1983.
Warren attended Hamilton High School in Los Angeles, California.
He played with the Edmonton Eskimos in the CFL and with the Houston Oilers, Minnesota Vikings, Seattle Seahawks and Kansas City Chiefs in the NFL.
All-Pro in 1990.
He threw for 49,325 yards.
He's going to be the first African-American quarterback to enter to The Hall of Fame ever.
Warren: It just makes me feel like I worked hard to get to where I am right now, that I took a very unconventional route to get to the NFL first, then kind of reestablished myself, had a pretty productive career.
Warren: (On getting a Superbowl ring) One last goal that I had left to accomplish in my career. Unfortunately, it never happened. But I'll tell you what: I did try.
Warren: I just know that nothing was really given to me, that I really worked hard for it, as does every guy work hard in his career to get to this point. I think the way I did it was just a little bit different because of some of the other things I had to overcome that didn't have to do with football. I'm very proud of the fact that I was - not so much that I was undrafted, because I would have loved to have been drafted, but the things I was able to do considering I wasn't drafted and wasn't looked highly upon as an NFL-type player
Warren: (On watching the Superbowl)I'm a big fan of spectacles, and I live to go to large sporting events. This ranks right up there with the biggest sporting event of all time, so it's a pleasure to be here.
Warren: I think all the guys that have played in the game before me as African- Americans have to share in this a little bit. We've made tremendous strides over the years and I really don't want to make this a racial thing because it shouldn't be. But it is significant because it is the first and I think whenever there is a first it is significant. When Doug Williams was the first African-American quarterback to win a Super Bowl, I think that helped a lot of things as far as young black quarterbacks getting more opportunities. I think this will be significant also. It shows we have arrived at the pinnacle of our sport.
Warren: To be voted into the Hall of Fame would be the crown jewel of my career. When I look back at what I overcame and what I was able to accomplish, it would be extra special.
Warren: (On getting to Playoff games)I'm not knocking those guys, but they did get their teams here. There's a lot of players and a lot of teams that just don't seem to get this far because it takes a special chemistry to get here.
Warren: Some guys are more fortunate to be in the right place at the right time, part of that right chemistry on that right team. And other guys aren't. You look at Ernie Banks in baseball - he never even played in a playoff game his whole career
Warren: (On getting a Superbowl ring)You look at me -- I played 17 years and didn't get one. That had a lot to do with how long I played. I was still chasing that elusive.
Warren: (On Ben Roethisberger and Matt Leinart) Ben is so young, and he has so much to learn. Matt has arrived. But for the future, I would rather have Ben because of where he is going to go. His future is unlimited
Warren: When you make a big jump, that's when you create leadership opportunities.