I guess Sean Taylor is the best place to start. I think if any organization, any group of players or any city can sympathize with what D.C. is going through right now, it’s definitely Denver, the Denver Broncos and myself as an individual. Clearly they lost a great player, an important person to their team and I’m sure a very important person to a lot of people’s lives. Like I said, if anybody knows how they’re feeling, we definitely do here. My personal deepest condolences go out to the Washington Redskins and the friends and family of Mr. Sean Taylor.
Being from Baltimore and going to school at the University of Maryland which is about 10 minutes outside of D.C., I know how important the Redskins are to that community and historically how much they’ve meant to the people in that area. I fully expect the D.C. community to rally around the Redskins and help them in their grieving process. I imagine that this organization and I definitely am open to doing what we can to help seeing as we’ve gone through and are still going through an almost identical situation.
I know here everybody handled their grieving process differently. The Broncos offered psychological and emotional support to the players and I fully expect and hope the Redskins will do the same thing for their players and the friends and family of Sean.