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Media Coverage Biased on Sean Taylor's Death?

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Media Coverage Biased on Sean Taylor's Death?

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Media Coverage Biased on Sean Taylor's Death?

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NFL star Sean Taylor was recently killed in Miami following what authorities believe was a home invasion. Getty Images hide caption

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The death of NFL's Washington Redskins star safety Sean Taylor has prompted outpouring of grief from his fans, and much speculation in the media about whether his background may have led to his murder.

On the day of Taylor's funeral, Philadelphia Inquirer sports columnist David Aldridge and Omar Kelly, of the South Florida Sun Sentinel, discuss the implications of his death.

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