Jeff Fisher will address this tragedy at a press conference today at 2:30. Coach Fisher has been in the Middle East meeting with U.S. troops as part of a USO tour. If we can find coverage online we'll let you know. You might check here.
KSK torches the childish speculation running rampant in some surlier quarters of the internets. I could see these being copy and pasted from Florio and PFT comments and not be surprised one bit.
Paul Kuharsky knocks it out of the park, per usual.
T-Rac's Posse says it all. It'll be a while before I can read this without getting choked-up.
Tune into 103.3 WKDF (which broadcasts Titans games during the season) tonight at 6:00 p.m. central for a special tribute show of clips and memories covering Steve's career. The show will be hosted by Mike Keith and Titans Radio, and may possibly he heard here, but don't hold me to that. The Titans Radio affiliate in Chattanooga, 102.3 WGOW, will also be running a tribute to McNair tomorrow morning (h/t to gramsey712).
Continuing the classy style that defines SB Nation, the kind comments continue to come in from around the league. Check out what Jets fans, Ravens fans, Dolphins fans, Chiefs fans, Texans fans, Bengals fans, Eagles fans Ravens fans and Colts fans are saying. Even non-NFL centric blogs like Sea of Blue (U of Kentucky Sports) are chiming in. I'll update this list as I find new tributes on the network.
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Lucille McNair is grieving over the loss of her son, but she refuses to be angry. Like many of us who only knew him as a football player, she's refusing to let his death outshine his life.
Details of limited veracity continue to emerge surrounding the relationship between McNair and Kazemi. Believe what you want.
USA Today has good info on the investigation and the key questions police are asking today.
Leave it to Mike Lupica to reduce Steve McNair to a statistic because it makes a good column. How this turns into a gun control argument I have no idea, and I don't care where you come down on it politically.
Second best may well be this piece by ESPN and NYT contributor KC Joyner.
The venerable Pro Football Weekly dusted off this great piece they published when McNair retired last year.
Stick around MCM for the latest memorials, memories and tributes to Steve McNair that are pouring in from around the nation. We encourage you to please share the best that you find in the comments, fanposts and fanshots and share your warm thoughts with the community. Comments that are considered offensive, overly-speculative or denigrating will be deleted and, the author kicked in the metaphorical junk when they least expect it.