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  • The Death of Steve McNair

    The police concluded in the investigation of the death of Steve McNair that it was a murder-suicide. He was killed by his girlfriend, who later shot and killed herself. But CBS News investigated the murder and found a different conclusion. This investigation revealed significant mistakes and contradiction made by the police, which raised critical questions.

    Tags: National Football League (NFL); quarterback; Sahel Kazemi; Adrian Gilliam; Tennessee; Titans; Nashville; weapons; guns; mystery

    By Armen Keteyian; Pia Malbran; Anthony Batson; Zev Shalev

    CBS The Early Show


  • The Most Powerful People in Dallas

    D Magazine profiles the Dallas citizens who wield the most influence in the city. The magazine's editors did not limit their choices to merely political or business leaders; the list includes community members active in charity work. Among those who made the list are Ray L. Hunt, chairman of Hunt Consolidated Inc.; Robert Decherd, chairman, president and CEO of Belo Corp. David W. Biegler, president and COO of TXU Electric; William T. "Bill" Solomon, chairman and CEO of Austin Industries; and Roger Staubach, former Dallas Cowboys quarterback and owner of Staubach Co.

    Tags: Dallas; Texas; power; politics; charity; civic; local government; business; money

    By Glenna Whitley

    D Magazine (Dallas)


  • No title (id: 6570)

    Westword (Denver) reports on rape and other criminal behavior by members of the University of Colorado's football team: a female track star claimed she was raped by a football player, and was forced out of school; two other team members were charged with rape; coach Bill McCartney's daughter was pregnant by the team's star quarterback, August - November 1989.

    Tags: None

    By None

    Westword (Denver)


  • No title (id: 4506)

    Houston City Magazine tells the story of Paul Gibson, a professional football quarterback who slid into a career as a drug pusher; reporter disputes medical examiner's conclusion that Gibson died of a heart attack, suggesting rival pushers murdered him, April 1986.

    Tags: TX

    By None

    Houston City Magazine


  • No title (id: 4483)

    Columbus Dispatch tells the story of a former Ohio State University quarterback whose drug use resulted in forfeit of a possible professional career, Nov. 2 - 3, 1986.

    Tags: None

    By None

    Dispatch (Columbus, Ohio)