Quick Facts of Stephen McNair
|Age:||49 years 7 months|
|Birth Date:||February 14, 1973|
|Full Name:||Stephen McNair|
|Birth Place:||Mount Olive, Mississippi|
|Net Worth:||$ 26 million|
|Height / How tall :||6 feet 2 inches (1.88m)|
|Father's Name:||Selma McNair|
|Mother's Name:||Lucille McNair|
|Education:||Nova Scotia Community College - NSCC|
|Eye Color:||Dark Brown|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Aquarius, Gemini, Sagittarius|
|Last Update:||September, 2022|
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Relationship Facts of Stephen McNair
What is the relationship of Stephen McNair?
Steve had four sons for three different women. Steve. J. Macknair Jr. who also play football and Steven O’Brian Macknair who is 15. He married Mechelle on June 21, 1997, who is the mother of Tyler and Trenton.
Who is Stephen McNair?
Stephen McNair was an American football quarterback in the National Football League (NFL). In 1994, he won Walter Payton Award as the top player in NCAA Division I-AA.
On July 4, 2009, he was found dead with multiple gunshot wounds alongside the body of Sahel Kazemi. It is said that it was his mistress who had shot him and then committed suicide.
Stephen McNair: Birth Facts, Family, and Childhood
McNair was born on 14 February 1973, in Mount Olive, Mississippi. His nationality was American and his ethnicity was African.
His mother’s name was Lucille McNair and his father’s name was Selma McNair. His family was not well-off, he was born in a small tin-roofed house.
He had four brothers, Fred McNair, Jason McNair, Michael McNair, and Tim McNair. Fred is the head coach of football quarterback in the Canadian Football League (CFL).
Stephen McNair: Education History
he attended Mount Olive High School. As a junior, he led his school to the championship. He was then offered a full scholarship at the University of Florida. He also played football for Alcorn University State.
Stephen McNair: Professional Life and Career
Macnair started his professional career in 1995 with the Oilers when their head coach Jeff Fisher signed him to a 7-year contract. In 1998 he set career passing highs with 492 attempts competitions, 3228 yards, and 15 touchdowns. Macnair signed a new 6-year contract after the season worth 47 million.
In 2006 he became the newest member of the Baltimore Ravens. He started every game for that season. He threw the longest touchdown of the season that the Ravens had ever seen. Early in the 1999 season, Macnair was diagnosed with an inflamed disk following Tennessee’s 36–35 win over the Cincinnati Bengals and needed surgery. In his stead entered Neil O’Donnell, a veteran who had guided the Pittsburgh Steelers to the Super Bowl four years earlier. Over the next five games, O’Donnell led the Titans to a 4–1 record. McNair returned to the St. Louis Rams, and with McNair starting, Tennessee won seven of its last nine games, good for a record of 13–3 and second place in the AFC Central. Following the 2005 season, on April 30, 2006, the Titans allowed McNair and his agent, Bus Cook, to speak with the Ravens to try to work out a deal.
On May 1, 2006, the Baltimore Sun reported that the Baltimore Ravens might wait for McNair to be released by the Titans during free agency. After thirteen seasons in the NFL, McNair announced his retirement in April 2008.
Stephen McNair: Salary and Net Worth
He has a net worth of $ 26 million and his salary is not revealed yet.
Stephen McNair: Rumors and Controversy
There are no rumors of Steve Mcnair and he has not been involved in any type of controversy.
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