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  1. Re: McKinnie returns.



    Come home after a 10 hour day of digging trenches to see this. Wow what a beautiful thing! This is great for not only Flacco, but for Gino. He'll get to work beside Yanda and KO to give him some help. Atta boy Oz you beauty
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    Re: McKinnie returns.

    Quote Originally Posted by BcRaven View Post
    Dirt, can't get a good young LT when you're picking 32nd again ... Bc
    True, but Eugene Monroe might become available after this season. I doubt the Jags shell out the cash that would be needed to keep him. That dude would solidify the LT position for the Ravens for the next 5-8 years.




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    Quote Originally Posted by houstonravensfan View Post
    IMHO, McKinnie is/was the best LT on our roster.
    There's a big difference between "is" and "was." For 34 year old poorly conditioned athletes, they can go from "is" to "was" faster than Paris Hilton can take off Velcro panties.
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    Woah! Excellent news. Hope he comes ready to roll.

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    Re: McKinnie returns.

    Well, I may be the most surprised chelovek in Poescrowdom. Love to see the terms.

    Still...does anyone here think this is really the end of the story? Really?

    I don't think we've come anywhere close to exhausting the potential for drama, trauma & Yo Ma-ma (speaking of cello-vex).

    I'm just gonna sit back & wait for this year's exasperating excuse-for-reporting-late-&/or-out-of-shape. And gratefully graciously eat my words (in a whole-grain low-carb wrap with shredded cheddar, salsa & guacamole, por favor) if it turns out I'm wrong.




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    Quote Originally Posted by NCRAVEN View Post
    To break out an old celebration GIF (borrowed from CptJesus)


    Errr'time. Hilarious.

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    Re: McKinnie returns.

    Be interested to know the cap numbers and structure on this deal.
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    Re: McKinnie returns.

    So is McKinnie our first true FA signing (e.g. with respect to calculating compensatory picks)?




  9. #57

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    Pretty much what i figured. He gets wined and dined, we match the best offer within reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bt12483 View Post
    So is McKinnie our first true FA signing (e.g. with respect to calculating compensatory picks)?
    I think he counts for us if he's "lost", but I don't think it hurts if he resigns with us.




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    Re: McKinnie returns.

    Quote Originally Posted by bt12483 View Post
    So is McKinnie our first true FA signing (e.g. with respect to calculating compensatory picks)?
    Does it count if you re-sign your own FA? I didn't think it cost a comp pick if you re-signed your own player.

    By losing Ed Reed, Cary Williams, Ellerbe, and Kruger the Ravens should get the max 4 comp picks next year. I wonder if the deals that Ellerbe and Kruger signed would warrant two 4th round comp picks for them. If so, the Ravens could get 2 4ths, a 5th, and a 6th round comp pick next year.




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    Re: McKinnie Signs 2 year deal with Ravens

    What, but i thought everyone said we didnt want Mckinnie back!?




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