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Horse Tracks 7/5/09 - RIP Steve McNair

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NG - Kern makes pit stop back home
Brett Kern is profiled by his hometown paper in Western NY. He's apparently quite the golfer, and will be working out in Denver throughout the month in preparation for camp.

ESPN - Who has the best offense in the AFC West?
Pork Chop thinks the Broncos would be better off with Jay Cutler, but he does admit their offense could be successful with Kyle Orton at the helm.

NFP - Random holiday takes
Matt Bowen thinks the Broncos need to stand firm and not give in to BMarsh.

ANC - Former Tide, NFL standout will speak at Boy Scout event
Jeremiah Castille, he of The Fumble, is now a minister.

TT - Steve McNair and Sahel Kazemi killed
Former Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair was killed in an apparent murder-suicide with a young woman he met at a local restaurant and had been dating for at least a few months.

TT - Titans fans loved Steve McNair's resilience
Steve McNair built his legacy with gritted teeth and a battered body, and Titans fans and teammates loved him for it as they now must deal with his death.

TT - Sorrow is great because McNair was one of us - David Climer

NFL - Former Titans, Ravens QB McNair found dead at 36

NFL - McNair helped bring stability and success to vagabond franchise - Vic Carucci

NFL - Steve McNair, gone far too soon - Jason La Canfora

Y! - Fallen McNair remembered as a warrior - Jason Cole

CBS - Dare McNair too often, you'd lose to an NFL warrior - Pete Prisco

CBS - In McNair they trusted, and QB delivered for Ravens in '06 - Clark Judge

CBS - Tough, sincere McNair was true Titan among NFL players - Mike Freeman

ESPN - Former Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair remembered as the ultimate NFL competitor - Len Pasquarelli

NFP - 2009 NFP scouting series: Louisiana Tech - Wes Bunting