Warren Moon is a former professional football player and is the President and Co-Founder of Sports 1 Marketing where he cultivates unique and lucrative business opportunities for corporate brands, elite athletes, and strategic partners.
Moon started his professional football career in Canada with the Edmonton Eskimos where he helped them win five consecutive Grey Cup victories in 1978-1982. He was indcuted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in 2001.
Moon entered the NFL in 1984 with the Houston Oilers. He played with the Oilers until 1994, when he was traded to the Minnesota Vikings. After a few seasons with the Vikings and injuries, Moon signed with the Seattle Seahawks. Moon also played briefly with the Kansas City Chiefs before retiring in 2001.
During his NFL career, Warren Moon was named to 9 Pro Bowl games (1988–1995, 1997). He currently works as a broadcaster for the Seattle Seahawks on both TV and radio. On the radio, he is a play-by-play announcer with former Seattle Seahawks receiver Steve Raible, who is the lead play-by-play announcer and evening anchor/sports anchor for KIRO-TV in Seattle. He was elected into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006, becoming both the first Canadian Football Hall of Fame player, first undrafted quarterback, and first African-American quarterback to be so honored; he was elected in his first year of eligibility. The Tennessee Titans retired his number at halftime on October 1, 2006 vs the Dallas Cowboys. Moon won his first Super Bowl ring in 2014 as a broadcaster for the Seattle Seahawks.