ANNISTON, Ala. (WIAT) — It was an emotional sight in the Tampa Bay Bucaneers locker room Sunday night, after they defeated the Atlanta Falcons. It wasn’t just because of the win, but because of who helped them achieve it–Kwon Alexander, a linebacker from Oxford, whose younger brother Broderick Taylor was shot to death Friday night.

Police say Jerald Bailey is charged with Taylor’s murder, which happened during a fight between the two in Anniston. Bailey is in custody.

Taylor was a 17-year-old student at Oxford High School, and he had dreams of attending LSU, where his older brother played football.

Alexander told reporters after Sunday’s game that he played because it’s what his brother would have wanted. “He wanted me to be strong. I know he’s looking up there, smiling and happy right now. I just did it all for him.”

On Monday, community members planned a “Stop the Violence” event, spurred by Taylor’s shooting. Many of them said Alexander’s tribute to his younger brother made them want to do more to change their city.

“To see the success he has known in his life…to see how he could put all these things away for a few minutes to do what he thought his brother would have wanted, that is inspirational,” said organizer Fred Durant.

A vigil in honor of Broderick Taylor is planned for Tuesday night.

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