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Steve McNair dead at 36, victim of an apparent murder-suicide

 
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that's some shady shit right there!
gunshot to the head, execution style.
I don't feel that's a random shooting
I wonder what McNair was up to in his business?
very sad indeed.
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The way the story developed, it sounds like somebody made it look like a suicide-murder; then the police determined it was a double homicide.
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By USAToday Sports






Former NFL QB Steve McNair shot and killed


Nashville police are confirming reports that former Titans and Ravens QB Steve McNair has been killed.

McNair, 36, and a female were found shot to death, spokesman Don Aaron told reporters this afternoon.

No one is yet in custody and Aaron said he could not give details on what time the victims died.

Titans owner Bud Adams released the following statement:

"We are saddened and shocked to hear the news of Steve McNair’s passing today. He was one of the finest players to play for our organization and one of the most beloved players by our fans. He played with unquestioned heart and leadership and led us to places that we had never reached, including our only Super Bowl. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family as they deal with his untimely passing."
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that's some shady shit right there!
gunshot to the head, execution style.
I don't feel that's a random shooting
I wonder what McNair was up to in his business?
very sad indeed.



The way the story developed, it sounds like somebody made it look like a suicide-murder; then the police determined it was a double homicide.
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A crowd began to gather in the area where Steve McNair's body was found Saturday afternoon.

"When police officers arrived in response to that call, they found two individuals who had been shot to death inside the residence: one female, one male. We now know that the male deceased is Steve McNair. The female deceased has been tentatively identified. We're working to confirm that and then notify her next of kin," said Don Aaron with Metro Police on the situation.
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"While details are sketchy at this time, NashvillePost.com sources say that the scene could be double homicide, a murder/suicide, or made to look like a murder/suicide."
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[link to www.newschannel5.com]

Linky...
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Rest in Peace air McNair
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"At this point, we don't know the circumstances of these shooting deaths," Aaron said. "The investigation is going to be conducted by the police department's centralized homicide unit. Those detectives have assembled here at the scene. The condominium still has to be processed. There is a lot of work yet to be done. It's going to take many hours to process the scene. I don't have any answers for you now as to what's happened, who's responsible, what the circumstances are."

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This story has gone viral on the internet and is still developing. I hope they arrest somebody soon.
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Pin this so hopefully everything can stay in one tight package.
Difficulties are meant to rouse, not discourage. The human spirit is to grow strong by conflict.
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Pin this so hopefully everything can stay in one tight package.
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Does that ever work anyways?
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Mods: There has been over 7000 views of this post in the last two hours and there are repeat posts start to appear. Please pin.
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Re: Steve McNair dead at 36, victim of an apparent murder-suicide
Former Tennessee Titans quarterback, Steve McNair was found shot dead today in Nashville. There was a 20 year old unidentified woman who was found dead due to gun shot wounds next to him

They died of apparent gunshots wounds and were found behind a market owned by Metro Trustee Charlie Cardwell, near the old General Hospital on Rolling Mill Hill.
While details are sketchy at this time, NashvillePost.com sources say that the scene was either a murder/suicide or made to look like a murder/suicide.
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Sad...first the titans f**ked him over, then this. RIP #9...One of the greats
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Pin this so hopefully everything can stay in one tight package.

Does that ever work anyways?
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No, but I thought if I asked real nice like...meh fuck it. Nice gas mask chuckle
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Former Tennessee Titans quarterback, Steve McNair was found shot dead today in Nashville. There was a 20 year old unidentified woman who was found dead due to gun shot wounds next to him

They died of apparent gunshots wounds and were found behind a market owned by Metro Trustee Charlie Cardwell, near the old General Hospital on Rolling Mill Hill.
While details are sketchy at this time, NashvillePost.com sources say that the scene was either a murder/suicide or made to look like a murder/suicide.
Dang
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WOW!
That's wacky-dacky shit...
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No, but I thought if I asked real nice like...meh fuck it. Nice gas mask chuckle
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pin

Thank ya! Starts to smell around here sometimes, ya know? banana
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pin

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Take Care
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don't janitors usually die in threes?
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Wow i wonder what the real story is behind this
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IT'S a sad day for Mount Olive, Mississippi (population 893). Steve 'Air" McNair was their claim to fame.
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BNO News confirms former Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair was shot to death. Details to come.

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6:00 News Report from Nashville

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"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," Aaron said. "No one is in custody right now."
The condominium where the bodies were found is one that McNair was known to frequent, but police spokeswoman Kristin Mumford could not say whether he was the owner. "
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"About 50 people crowded just beyond police tape outside the complex in the upscale Rutledge Hill neighborhood, some wearing Titans hats. The condominium is located within walking distance of an area filled with restaurants and nightspots, just a few blocks from the Cumberland River and within view of the Titans' stadium."

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bump
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The following story appeared on SportingNews.com on April 18, 2008:

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Pick a moment.

Steve McNair shaking off Kevin Carter in the closing moments of the 2000 Super Bowl to complete a pass.
McNair grimacing through pain, then scoring a two-point conversion to force overtime in another game.

For left tackle Brad Hopkins, his favorite memory of McNair came during a play the quarterback watched from the sideline: The Music City Miracle in the Titans' playoff win over Buffalo in 2000.

"The camera was on Steve the whole time. You could see his face changing. 'Man, it's not on my shoulders anymore. I'll take this in a million years.' It was just watching Steve's elation to have to move his task expected of him onto somebody else, which was Kevin Dyson," Hopkins recalled Thursday, referring to the receiver who took a lateral on a kickoff for the winning touchdown.

McNair, 35, announced his retirement from the NFL on Thursday after 13 seasons, the last two with the Baltimore Ravens.

He was a star quarterback for the Titans' first nine seasons in Tennessee, helping the team settle into its new home and new nickname in 1999 by finishing off that inaugural season by reaching the Super Bowl.

McNair led the Titans to the playoffs in four of five seasons, including the 2002 AFC championship, despite injuries that kept him from practicing the final five weeks of that season.

Tennessee coach Jeff Fisher recalled some of his favorite McNair stories.

Fisher said one of his fondest memories came in the quarterback's final year with the Titans. Before a November game against Pittsburgh, Fisher was at a Nashville hospital for his son when he saw McNair, who was getting an injection just so he could play that week.

McNair didn't want anyone to know.

"What he did to play week in and week out as his career moved on and progressed, and how he overcame so many things from an injury standpoint, I can probably give you dozens of games in which he played in that I assure you nobody else would have played in those games," Fisher said.

His injuries often seemed to overshadow what he accomplished on the field as only the third quarterback in NFL history to throw for 30,000 yards and run for 3,500, joining Fran Tarkenton and Steve Young.

Diagrams often were printed to track the numerous injuries to all parts of his body and eventually the team dedicated a whole page to those diagrams.

"If you don't take those things into consideration when talking about Steve and the accomplishments he made, you're missing the point of the whole thing," Hopkins said. "He did it, and he's always done it as a competitor. He's one of those guys you want your young quarterbacks to be like him as far as the toughness."

Offensive coordinator Mike Heimerdinger, who rejoined the Titans this offseason and was the coordinator for most of McNair's stay in Tennessee, said McNair was the ultimate leader.

"He was going to take the blame for a loss. He was always holding himself accountable, even if it wasn't his fault, Heimerdinger said. "And I'm not sure he always got the credit for the success."

McNair nearly helped force what would have been the first overtime in Super Bowl history in 2000, driving the Titans down the field before coming up 1 yard short as time expired. In that 12-play, 87-yard drive, he shook off St. Louis end Kevin Carter and completed a key conversion.

"That's all heart and determination that allow you to shake off Kevin Carter," Hopkins said. "The guy was killing quarterbacks. He was digesting daily on quarterbacks like Steve and for Steve to treat him like that. ... We always teased (Carter) about it when he came to us."

Want a game-winning drive? He provided plenty. During that five-game stretch in 2002, a rib strain and back problems almost kept him from playing. Not only did he play, he ran in for a 2-point conversion to force overtime in a win against the Giants. In the playoffs, he led an overtime win over Pittsburgh after losing a chunk of flesh from his thumb.

A year later, McNair was voted the co-MVP with Peyton Manning for a 12-4 season in which he led the NFL with a 100.4 passer rating. He capped the season in New England in the coldest game ever played by Tennessee, limping on a damaged ankle before falling short 17-14.

That was the last big highlight for McNair in Tennessee.

He reinjured his sternum in 2004, playing in only eight games. He earned a third Pro Bowl berth in 2005 for a rebuilding team that went 4-12, and was traded to Baltimore in June 2006.

But his legacy will always be the Titans.

"Steve was the face of this franchise when we arrived here," Fisher said. "And I think in a lot of ways will always be one of the faces of this franchise."
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Zetas right again?
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