There's a nice story on ESPN about Steve McNair's family after his death. It includes several paragraphs about Zach's continued involvement with McNair's sons, even nearly a decade after his death: Piller, a former guard for the Titans, was one of McNair's pallbearers. Nine years later, it's still hard for him to talk about McNair. Offensive linemen spend their careers protecting the quarterback, and Piller couldn't. But he could be there for McNair's boys. Piller downplays his involvement. He says that McNair would do the same thing for him, and that what he does isn't much. Tyler disagrees. "He was the first person to come," Tyler says. "He was the first one saying how proud he was of me and how proud my dad would be." There's a little more, too. He continues to go to the younger son's basketball games. He was a great Gator. It looks like he's also a great person and a great friend. I thought some people here might enjoy the read.