Date: August 9
Tweeter: @czabe
Tweet: "Unqualified low level team assistant dies ingesting illegal drugs. 'Ladies and gentlemen, please boy your heads."

Before the Philadelphia Eagles kicked off against the Pittsburgh Steelers for its first preseason game, the players, staff, and everyone in attendance at Lincoln Financial Field was asked to observe a moment of silence for Garrett Reid. The eldest son of Eagles head coach Andy Reid, Garrett was found dead early that morning. Seeing as how he died of a drug overdose, Yahoo! Sports Radio host Steve Czaban didn't think Reid's son, who worked with the team's strength and conditioning coaches, was deserving of a public moment of silence. He went on to say that "Genuine personal sympathy for the Reid family is humane and deserved. A forced, public, moment of silence is wholly inappropriate." What do you think?