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Why Remind McNair ?

Written by Matt Stevens   
Monday, 06 July 2009 22:14

Steve Mcnair News at BSN SportsThe NFL is mourning the death of Steve McNair, former quarterback of the Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens.

It was not the most talented quarterback that existed in the history of the league, however, NFLatino.com remembered for his great leadership and fight insects on each hand for the good of his team.

Indeed, "Air McNair" was the only quarterback in the history of the Houston Oilers / Tennessee Oilers / Tennessee Titans can take your team to the Super Bowl.

Honored by their peers.

We recall with nostalgia that great party that gave the St. Louis Rams and Tennessee Titans in Super Bowl XXXIV, where as a great leader with McNair, the Titans were one yard mandar extra time the match and lost 23-16.

For us, McNair was the third best Titan / Oiler all-time in preparing a list of the top 10 Oileres / Titans ever.

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Players and former players the likes of Terrell Owens, Chad Ochocinco, Michael Strahan, DeAngelo Hall, Steven Jackson, Eddie Royal, Nick Barnett, Steve Smith, Aaron Maybin, Dont Whitner, Takeo Spikes, Antonio Cromartie, Fabian Washington, Chansi Stuckey is joined Twitter via their condolences to the family of McNair.

In addition, teammates, coaches and friends like Eddie George, Derrick Mason, Gregg Williams and Brian Billick did not give credit to the news and McNair recognized as a leader of example and not just in words.

The owner of the Titans, Bud Adams Jr. said of McNair: "We are shocked and saddened to hear about the passing of Steve McNair. He was one of the best players in the history of the organization, and one of the most loved among our fans. He played with great heart and a clear leadership that took us to places we had never come, including our only Super Bowl. Our thoughts and our prayers are for your family with this sensitive death struggle. "

For his part, Ozzie Newsome, now general manager of the Baltimore Ravens said: "This is very, very sad. Immediately we think of his family, his children. They are in our thoughts and prayers. What I most admire Steve is his great competitive spirit. We were fortunate to have as part of our team for two years. It is one of the best players in the NFL over the past 20 years. "

NFLatino.com binds to mourn the passing of Steve McNair and always remembered for his dedication, perseverance, struggle, leadership, above all things, the good words of all who ever knew him, that reflect a great man.

! Rest in peace Steve McNair!

Last Updated on Monday, 06 July 2009 22:22
 
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