Steve Young is a football player, was born on October 11, 1961 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The most famous as the quarterback “San Francisco Fortinners”.
For 13 years, Steve Young played in the quarterback position in the San Francisco Fortinners team. Since 1991, he received the starting quarter Quarterback Joe Montana. In 1992, 1994, Young was named the most valuable player in the National Football League. In 1995, the San Francisco Fortinners won the Super Bowl XXIX.
At the beginning of his career, Young played for two years with the Los Angeles Express team of the now defunct Football League of the United States. Then two seasons in the biography of Steve Young were held with the team “Tampa Bay Buckners”, after which the athlete began to play for San Francisco. Young was left-handed, which is rarely common among professional quarterbacks. After the 1999 season, Young left the sport.
Additional information: On August 7, 2007, Steve Young was elected to the NFL Hall of Fame. Young is the great-great-great-great-grandson of Mormon leader Brigham Young.