Family, friends, coaches and teammates gathered at a suburban-Atlanta church to remember Kenny McKinley, who played for the Denver Broncos. McKinley committed suicide last week in his home near Broncos headquarters in Denver. It is believed that he was depressed over his season-ending knee injury. Friends spoke of McKinley, who was remembered for having a wonderful smile and the keen ability to make others laugh. Broncos teammate Wesley Woodyard said that McKinley came into the locker room and "taught 61 men how to laugh every day." He was 23.
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