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Steve “Air’ McNAir

In HOT BUTTON TOPIC, NFL, PHILOSOPHY OF SPORT, SPORTS, WORD ON THE STREET on July 5, 2009 at UTC.38.31.

Steve McNair former quarterback for the Baltimore Ravens & the Houston/Tennessee Oilers/Titans was found dead today. Reports claim that he died from a gunshot wound to the head.

“When police officers arrived in response to that call, they found two individuals who had been shot to death inside the residence,”

McNair played in the NFL for 13 seasons, his climax coming in 2000 at the Super Bowl against ‘the greatest show on turf’ the St. Louis Rams. He came within one yard of tying the game and sending it into overtime, though with no timeouts left the clock expired before he could lead his team back to tie the game.

I don’t think there was any other QB with his toughness. He has been known to play with cracked ribs & a bruised sternum. Injuries that would send mere mortals to the infirmarySteve McNair

Tough as nails McNair epitomized a players player mentality on the grid iron. He was as intimidating on offense as Ray Lewis was on defense. Can you imagine those two giving pre-game speeches

“There are persons who were around the complex today, visitors, who have been taken to headquarters for questioning, just to see what they know, what they may have seen,”

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