He was the starting quarterback for Alcorn State for all but one game in his four-year college football career. Over that time, McNair threw touchdown passes and set an FCS record by throwing and running for a combined 16, yards. In his senior year alone, he set a single-season FCS mark by totaling 5, yards and finished third in the balloting for the Heisman Trophy. There he guided his team to a comeback from a point deficit, and the Titans came within a yard of the tying touchdown, only to ultimately lose to the St. Louis Rams. McNair played with the Titans franchise for 11 seasons before finishing his career with the Baltimore Ravens — McNair was known for his tenacity in playing through injuries and his dexterity as a scrambler or passer. His early death became fodder for tabloids: the married McNair was found dead in a condominium alongside a woman he had been dating whom police believed killed him and then herself.
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McNair’s tragic death in 2009
The Dave Chappelle show can tell you a lot about life. Initially, the working title was "Pimpin ain't easy While the answer can be both, the Steve McNair tragedy proves that pimping ain't easy. When you are trying to balance a business, a family man persona to the media and fans and pimp, something has to give. Usually is it the family first, as happened in this situation. The Associated Press is reporting that Mechelle McNair had zero clue that Steve was carrying on an affair behind her back. McNair, 36, was shot four times in what the medical examiner has said is likely a murder-suicide, though police haven't confirmed that Kazemi was responsible.
Steve McNair’s football career
He was drafted third overall by the NFL's Houston Oilers in , becoming the team's regular starting quarterback in , their first season in Tennessee though he started six games over the prior two seasons in Houston , and remained the starting quarterback for the Titans through After the season, McNair was traded to the Baltimore Ravens, with whom he played for two seasons before retiring after 13 NFL seasons. He had four brothers, Fred , Jason, Michael, and Tim. He attended Mount Olive High School as a freshman in the fall of , where he played football , baseball , and basketball in addition to running track. McNair also played free safety in high school, and in alone, he intercepted 15 passes, raising his career total to 30, which tied the mark established by Terrell Buckley at Pascagoula High School. In , McNair threw for 3, yards and 29 touchdowns, and ran in for 10 more scores.
Nothing seemed amiss. What you saw was what you got. A family man.