Saying goodbye to Steve McNair
The funeral service for Steve McNair at Reed Green Coliseum at The University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, Miss., Saturday, July 11. McNair, a former NFL quarterback with the Houston Oilers, Tennessee Titans, and Baltimore Ravens, was shot to death in Nashville on July 4.
Hero in the headlines
A man holds up a frame filled with newspaper clippings of Steve McNair during the funeral service.
"Heroes aren't supposed to die"
Current Tennessee Titans quarterback Vince Young said McNair was his mentor and hero.
Sad ending for her son
Lucille McNair, seated second from right, mother of Steve McNair, is consoled by family and friends during the funeral service. McNair's wife, Mechelle, is seated at left.
A Titan-ic loss
Tennessee Titans coach Jeff Fisher, center, attends the funeral service. He coached McNair and the team to the 2000 Super Bowl, where they lost to the St. Louis Rams.
Larger than life
Pictures of Steve McNair are taken away after the funeral service.
Death of a brother
Former NFL quarterback great Brett Favre, right, hugs current Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis as they leave the funeral. "I find myself in awe when I speak about a man like Steve McNair," Lewis said.
Police escort the funeral procession for Steve McNair out of Hattiesburg, Miss.