LP Field to be opened to McNair mourners for two days

Tuesday, July 7, 2009 at 4:48pm
Staff reports

Tennessee Titans’ fans will have the opportunity to pay their respects to Steve McNair at the place where he enjoyed his most memorable moments.

LP Field will be open to the public from 9 a.m.-7 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, and a book will be on hand for mourners to share their thoughts and memories. The book will be presented to the McNair family.

“Mr. (Bud) Adams thought this would be a fitting place for fans to show their respects to Steve and celebrate his career,” Dan MacLachlan, a team vice president, said. “LP Field is one of the places where he made so many great memories for so many of our fans.”

In addition to the memory book, the video boards will show McNair highlights continuously and a large mural photo of the quarterback’s time with the Titans will be displayed.

Donations to the Steve McNair Foundation can be made at the stadium’s ticket office.

Free parking will be available in Lot C, and entrance to the stadium will be through Gate 1.


12 Comments on this post:

By: idgaf on 7/8/09 at 4:07

Isn't this a bit over an overkill, no pun intended?

By: TITAN1 on 7/8/09 at 6:44

idgaf, if you don't like it, don't go.

By: idgaf on 7/8/09 at 7:40

lol I was going to mention that you would be there but I don't like to get personal like you and others do.

Do you still have that game jock strap of his? Should be worth money now,

By: TITAN1 on 7/8/09 at 8:48

id, it must be pitiful to be you.

By: idgaf on 7/8/09 at 4:04

Naaaaaaaa its lots of fun playing with guys like you.

By: courier37027 on 7/8/09 at 4:16

TITAN1, you keep bragging about your pre-game posse hanging out at Second and Demonbreun. Break out the party van. Hang out at LP Field for a couple of days. Provide us a report. We know you can bring your A-game, step up and bring it to the table when it comes to your Titans.

By: TITAN1 on 7/8/09 at 6:34

courier, you and your alter egos are a waste of space here. I find it funny when, whatever screen name you use, refer to George Plaster's show. You cut them down, but it is so obvious that you listen to them regularly.

By: TITAN1 on 7/8/09 at 6:35

BTW courier, you really need to pay attention and keep up.

By: courier37027 on 7/9/09 at 8:42

TITAN1, for you implying anyone else keep up is laughable. if I recall, and others will validate my claim, YOU were the last to jump off the Pacman bandwagon. All this talk about riding the fence, how Pacman's haircut shows he has changed and humbled himself, blah blah. Feel free to catch up with us anytime.

I enjoy the endless loop repeats of the afternoon sports show. One show varies little from the rest. Plaz makes a point, his yes men agree. Bring in blowgard McClain. Two days ago McClain was re-creating the call he got of McNair's death. And he tossed in a July 27 charity fundraiser while re-telling the story.

Although I will give Daunic credit for going against the "He's was a good man" tide and sticking to his principles. Finally, a rebellious thought to go against the Director and Blue Mist Echo.

By: TITAN1 on 7/9/09 at 10:26

You are about two years behind, so who is not keeping up?

By: TITAN1 on 7/9/09 at 10:31

BTW, I never said anything about his haircut and I have no clue on what you are talking about when you said"Riding the fence". I always stated that he did not do anything to be released, until the Vegas incident. Now, that I have refreshed your memory, maybe you can move forward.

By: courier37027 on 7/9/09 at 10:04

TITAN1, ever the revisionist. How does your computer not run away from your fingertips?

Say, is that tailgate party of yours complete with short bus and its shaded windows?