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  1. #106
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    Maybe now he will break even with his debt issues?
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  2. #107

    Re: McKinnie Signs 2 year deal with Ravens

    Quote Originally Posted by HoustonRaven View Post
    Maybe now he will break even with his debt issues?
    I know a lot of these guys live paycheck to paycheck during the season (how thats possible is beyond me) and all of his issues arose at the lockout. Its been 2 years now of paychecks and from what i understand he owed 4.3m for missing ONE payments and its never been said if he didnt have some or all of it in his possession at the time. I have to assume hes gotten that mostly taken care of at this point, by either 2 years worth of pay and/or endorsements plus whatever savigns he may have had. Maybe he made enough with his record label...

    side note: reading up on that is obviously a sign at how bad McKinnie is with money, but it also speaks to how shady that loan company was. The terms were ridiculous. extremely high rate, miss one payment and they can sue you for the entire loan+interest+fees+penalties. I guess anybody stupid enough to sign it is one thing, but a business saying theyre trying to help the players, certainly wasnt doint that based off this.
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    Re: McKinnie returns.

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

    LMAO where is this from?

    Man I am loving this. Given what else was out there and given that he knows this team we couldn't have asked for much more. Even the money is not too too bad. Obviously he isnt long term solution but he's still got at least a couple years in the tank (provided he stays focused) and should really help Joe turn it up that much more. And if that's the case maybe we don't even need that vet possession WR. Give a great QB time and he makes decent WRs look good and sometimes great. Maybe Joe with this fortified line can do that for Doss or Dionte or whoever.

    Sounds crazy but this team might be right on a par with last year's only younger and faster. Oz is doing it yet again.




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    Re: McKinnie returns.

    You know, McKinney could have drawn this out and tried to milk a little more up front any number of big spender teams - especially ones like the Cowgirls or Miami who's been throwing around money. Instead, he comes back to a place that's been on his ass, negotiated him out of a mil or so at the last minute and lost the two guys who were lobbying for the team to pick him up when he first came here. I wonder if winning a championship, and the experience leading up to it helped him screw his head on right?




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    Re: McKinnie returns.

    Quote Originally Posted by Raven Werewolf View Post
    LMAO where is this from?
    I honestly don't know. I remember it being posted on a Cam Cameron "FIRED" thread
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    Re: McKinnie returns.

    I'd be willing to bet it's structured so it's essentially a 1 year deal with an option for next year. I'd have to think Ozzie looks at this signing as buying him one more year to find a young LT option whose initials are not K.O.
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  7. #112

    Re: McKinnie returns.

    Quote Originally Posted by Raven Werewolf View Post
    LMAO where is this from?

    Man I am loving this. Given what else was out there and given that he knows this team we couldn't have asked for much more. Even the money is not too too bad. Obviously he isnt long term solution but he's still got at least a couple years in the tank (provided he stays focused) and should really help Joe turn it up that much more. And if that's the case maybe we don't even need that vet possession WR. Give a great QB time and he makes decent WRs look good and sometimes great. Maybe Joe with this fortified line can do that for Doss or Dionte or whoever.

    Sounds crazy but this team might be right on a par with last year's only younger and faster. Oz is doing it yet again.




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    Re: McKinnie returns.

    Now we know they really did want him back. Ozzie probably had a check with me deal with McKinnie. He went out and got his best offer and then gave Ozzie the chance to beat it.
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  9. #114

    Re: McKinnie returns.

    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    Now we know they really did want him back. Ozzie probably had a check with me deal with McKinnie. He went out and got his best offer and then gave Ozzie the chance to beat it.
    Yep. Sometimes you lose a player this way: Reed, Jarrett Johnson, etc.

    But it makes Newsome one of the most respected GMs in the league among players and agents.




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    Re: McKinnie returns.

    Speaking of debt and living pay check to pay check.

    Remember Hartwell's big pay day when he left here?

    He went bankrupt and foreclosed on his $2M beach front estate. A lot of old
    ball players hocked their SB rings to get money. The pawn shop in Vegas
    has an entire case of original SB rings sold over the years.

    As Brooks Robinson said years ago when he filed bankruptcy, no one ever
    educated ball players in money. Johnny U filed bankruptcy too.




  11. #116

    Re: McKinnie Signs 2 year deal with Ravens

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Probably workout bonuses...weight clauses...etc.

    Things that will actually motivate him to workout with the team during the off-season and maintain healthy practices.
    The Ravens picked him up a couple years ago after the Vikings cut him for weight and bad workout ethic. I remember the board being real worried about who was going to be our LT back then also, and the signing being a surprise as well. Many posters thought his contract would be incentive laden in order to motivate him.

    I wonder if anyone knows what incentives were on his previous contract, and how many he actually achieved?
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  12. #117

    Re: McKinnie returns.

    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    As Brooks Robinson said years ago when he filed bankruptcy, no one ever
    educated ball players in money. Johnny U filed bankruptcy too.
    Actually, I think the league (and maybe the players union) holds annual seminars for the rookie players on all aspects of being a professional athlete - including financial management.

    Whether they listen or not is another story...




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    Re: McKinnie returns.

    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    Speaking of debt and living pay check to pay check.

    Remember Hartwell's big pay day when he left here?

    He went bankrupt and foreclosed on his $2M beach front estate. A lot of old
    ball players hocked their SB rings to get money. The pawn shop in Vegas
    has an entire case of original SB rings sold over the years.

    As Brooks Robinson said years ago when he filed bankruptcy, no one ever
    educated ball players in money. Johnny U filed bankruptcy too.
    In 2009 SI had a story that said over 75% of retired NFL players end up declaring bankruptcy. Even if that number is high it's still a very large amount.
    He Who Dares.....Wins




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    Re: McKinnie returns.

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnBKistler View Post
    Actually, I think the league (and maybe the players union) holds annual seminars for the rookie players on all aspects of being a professional athlete - including financial management.

    Whether they listen or not is another story...
    Yea, I think they do but Brooks said that 40 years ago when his sporting goods store
    went out of business.

    Arty Donovan sure knew how to make money back in the days when players didn't
    make money. A fan loved him so much he left him two bars. He managed one and
    his wife managed the other.

    He said his wife was a fianancial whiz and turned the bars into the Maryland
    Country Club they still own in Towson. She later taught financial course at
    Princeton.

    One time Arty fell in its swimming pool when he was cleaning it while empty and
    it took the entire fire dept to get him out-lol.




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    Re: McKinnie returns.

    Quote Originally Posted by AirFlacco View Post
    Speaking of debt and living pay check to pay check.

    Remember Hartwell's big pay day when he left here?

    He went bankrupt and foreclosed on his $2M beach front estate. A lot of old
    ball players hocked their SB rings to get money. The pawn shop in Vegas
    has an entire case of original SB rings sold over the years.

    As Brooks Robinson said years ago when he filed bankruptcy, no one ever
    educated ball players in money. Johnny U filed bankruptcy too.
    Not surprising at all. ESPN did a 30 for 30 documentary on pro athletes going broke. Definitely an interesting program if you get a chance to watch it.




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