Steve McNair Murdered In Own Home

Steve McNair File Photo
Steve McNair File Photo

Steve McNair File Photo

Former NFL Football Star Steve McNair was found dead in his home with a fatal gunshot wound to his head.  A female victim whose name has yet to be released, but is known,  was also found dead.  Steve Mcnair Was 36.

Steve played in the NFL for 13 years. 11 years with the Tennessee Titans and his final 2 with the Baltimore Ravens before retiring in 2007. He was the league MVP in 2003.

"We are saddened and shocked to hear the news of Steve McNair's passing today," Titans owner K.S. "Bud" Adams Jr. said in a statement. "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."

Right now, there are no suspects. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Steve McNair's friends and family at this time.-Dr.FB

UPDATE: The other victim has been identified as Sahel Kazemi, a friend of Steve McNairs.

Comments (6)
  1. His 4 children don’t have a father now because he chose to be somewhere he shouldn’t have been with someone he shouldn’t have been with. The price of egregiously bad judgment is always more than any of us can afford.

    PacMan. Vick. McNair.

    Make’ me wanna holla, throw up both my hands . . .

  2. this is very sad. It is already speculated that the woman found dead shot him and then shot herself….it is clear that is why they are not looking at any suspects.

  3. They just confirmed that the other victim was not his wife, but the won’t release her identity until the next of kin has been informed.

  4. Steve was married to Mechelle and had 4 kids. They haven’t said the other victim was his wife or not. It looks kind of shady. At this point, if the female victim is not a relative, this could make him look really bad.

  5. this is very sad news. I hope they find the person who did this quickly so closure can be swift. my thoughts and prayers go out to their friends and family.

  6. The nicest guy u ever met. If u ever seen him played at Alcorn State, he was the most awesomeness player ever…would win games by himself! He bought that style of play to the NFL. It’s a sad day in Mississippi (my home state) but we were very proud of him. RIP #9.

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