From: Sports Illustrated

The booming bass bounced off the walls in the Broncos’ locker room as the rap song “Chirpin” played in the background. Before one practice in October, Denver receivers traded quips like short routes. It was as if Kenny McKinley was right there with them, cracking jokes and a smile so wide, as one teammate said, “You could see every tooth in his mouth.”

That smile. Every Bronco asked about McKinley spoke of his smile that seemed permanently pasted to his face. “If you had to pick anybody out of the whole team to [take his own life],” Denver kicker Matt Prater said, “he would be the last person you’d expect to do what he did

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