Sitting at a disappointing 3-4 on the year, the defending Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens are not necessary dumping players, but they have moved a very big piece of their offensive attack to Miami.
At 6-foot-8 and 360 pounds, Bryant McKinnie is one of the biggest offensive linemen in the game today. Now, the former Miami Hurricanes superstar brings his talents back to South Beach.
The Miami Dolphins, who’ve been dealing w o-line trouble, have traded with the Ravens for Bryant McKinnie according to Ravens sources
— Jay Glazer (@JayGlazer) October 21, 2013
McKinnie was selected with the No. 7-overall pick in 2002 and anchored the Minnesota Vikings’ line until 2010. He was released and signed by Baltimore following a recommendation from another former Canes superstar, safety Ed Reed.
McKinnie started every playoff game a year ago protecting Joe Flacco’s blind side at left tackle. Then, after dipping his toes into the free agency pool this offseason, decided to re-sign with the club.
However, McKinnie’s second season with the Ravens was short-lived. Now the man who has been in the middle of a boat cruise scandal, and all sort of other stripper-related extracurriculars, heads back to Miami.
This should be fun. Bienvenido a Miami, .
Bryant McKinnie is pumped: “Great to get a chance to play in front of a lot of fans I had since college & to join and help improve a team”
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 21, 2013