Tennessee Titans quarterback runs with the ball against the Jacksonville Jaguars, Oct. 16, 2000. Steve McNair, a 13-year NFL veteran who led the Titans within a yard of forcing overtime in the 2000 Super Bowl and led the Baltimore Ravens to the playoffs, was shot and killed on July 4, 2009.
Jim Hardaway wears a Steve McNair jersey as he looks at the tributes left to McNair at McNair's Gridiron 9 restaurant in Nashville, Tenn., Sunday, July 5, 2009.
Melanie Lewis writes a tribute to Steve McNair at McNair's Gridiron 9 restaurant in Nashville, Tenn., Sunday, July 5, 2009.
Police remove a body from the Nashville apartment where Steve McNair was shot on Saturday, July 4, 2009, in Nashville, Tenn.
The condominium where Steve McNair and a woman were found shot to death, center, is shown Saturday, July 4, 2009.
A crowd gathers outside of an apartment where the body of Steve McNair was found in Nashville, Tenn., on Saturday, July 4, 2009.
A crowd gathers outside the condominium where Steve McNair and a woman were found shot to death earlier in the day on July 4, 2009. Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams said McNair was one of the finest players in team history and one of the players most beloved by the fans.
Nashville police gather outside of an apartment where the body of Steve McNair was found in Nashville, Tenn., on Saturday, July 4, 2009. Nashville police spokesman Don Aaron confirmed that police were called to the residence and found McNair and a woman shot to death inside. McNair was 36.
Steve McNair. then the Houston Oilers quarterback, warms up during workouts at training camp in San Antonio, Texas, July 24, 1996.
Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair leaves the field after the team's 27-12 win over the New Orleans Saints in Nashville, Tenn. During his career, McNair passed for more than 31,000 yards and ran for almost 3,600 yards. He also accounted for 211 touchdowns, including 174 through the air.
Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair scrambles past St. Louis Rams linebacker Todd Collins (54) to the 2-yard line in the third quarter of the Super Bowl XXXIV on Jan. 30, 2000. The Titans were the first team to come back from a 16-point deficit in Super Bowl history but came up a yard short, losing 23-16.
Titans quarterback Steve McNair rolls out of the pocket during the second quarter against the St. Louis Rams in Super Bowl XXXIV in Atlanta, Jan. 30, 2000. McNair was 22 of 26 for 214 yards in the game.
Tennessee Titans quarterback Steve McNair walks off the field at the end of the Titans' 41-24 loss to the Oakland Raiders in the AFC Championship in Oakland, Calif., Jan. 19, 2003.
Titans quarterback Steve McNair smiles while speaking in Baltimore about the NFL Most Valuable Player Award, which he shared with Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning, on Jan. 2, 2004.
Titans quarterback Steve McNair said, "I feel like Tiger Woods," as he kisses the Associated Press NFL Most Valuable Player trophy presented to him by the AP's Tennessee Chief of Bureau Ken Flanagan, following a morning workout at the Titans' training facility in Nashville, May 18, 2004.
Titans quarterback Steve McNair and Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning meet on the field after their game in Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 19, 2004.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Steve McNair fires a pass during a game against the Cleveland Browns in Cleveland, Sept. 30, 2007.
Pittsburgh Steelers' Larry Foote, left, and Clark Haggans, right, sack Baltimore Ravens quarterback Steve McNair (9) during third quarter in Pittsburgh, Monday, Nov. 5, 2007.
Baltimore Ravens' quarterback Steve McNair watches from the sidelines during the first half of the Ravens' game against the New England Patriots in Baltimore, Dec. 3, 2007.
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Steve McNair, left, with Ravens General Manager Ozzie Newsome, rear, announces his retirement from football, in Owings Mills, Md., April 17, 2008. The former third overall draft pick played two years for the Ravens before retiring after the 2007 season.