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    Bryant McKinnie has to stroke a big check as in $4.3 million



    Per FoxSports: HERE

    Might it affect his play? Plus or minus? Not at all?
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    Re: Bryant McKinnie has to stroke a big check as in $4.3 million

    Ravens could use this to their advantage actually. Give him some incentive pay for not allowing sacks, etc.
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  3. Re: Bryant McKinnie has to stroke a big check as in $4.3 million

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Ravens could use this to their advantage actually. Give him some incentive pay for not allowing sacks, etc.
    Could go the other way as well.

    He could cop the "I don't give a crap anymore attitude" in mental defeat from his financial situation and be a complete turd on the field.
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    Re: Bryant McKinnie has to stroke a big check as in $4.3 million

    $4.3 million to maintain one's lifestyle....sigh......smh




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    Re: Bryant McKinnie has to stroke a big check as in $4.3 million

    Huge advantage for the Ravens. Going from Rich to Poor is ALOT of incentive. Bet he gets in the best shape he can to extend his career and level of play, he's not that old as far as Tackles go. I'm sure he'd like to add 4 or more years to his career only getting in great shape and financial motivation will do that.




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    Re: Bryant McKinnie has to stroke a big check as in $4.3 million

    I can't wait till this overpaid bum isn't a Raven anymore.


    Here's hoping they can figure out a LT in this draft or Jah Reid can take over.
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    Re: Bryant McKinnie has to stroke a big check as in $4.3 million

    Quote Originally Posted by wickedsolo View Post
    Ravens could use this to their advantage actually. Give him some incentive pay for not allowing sacks, etc.
    Just goes to show you how hard the sharks circle these athletes w/ more money than money sense. Pay someone to read the fine print, yo!

    Straight play-for-cash homie might be a little too soon after Bounty-gate, but he's definitely a candidate for incentives like fitness/weight and number of starts/snaps, if they do like that.




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    Re: Bryant McKinnie has to stroke a big check as in $4.3 million

    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker: M&T Sec 527 View Post
    Just goes to show you how hard the sharks circle these athletes w/ more money than money sense.
    I am all, but convinced that this cannot be said any better. When you think about the target on these athletes backs and how easy they are to be hit, you could think of sharks circling in the water. They probably don't have to circle to get the pray, but their not as foolish as the athletes. So, they take every precaution to make sure they get their meal and don't blow it.
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    Re: Bryant McKinnie has to stroke a big check as in $4.3 million

    To hell with it, we should just drop McKinnie, trade up and get Reilly Reiff or Jonathon Martin. Could do some moves with the saved cap space.

    Not being serious or anything here, but just think about that for a minute.




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    Re: Bryant McKinnie has to stroke a big check as in $4.3 million

    Quote Originally Posted by TL24x7 View Post
    Might it affect his play? Plus or minus? Not at all?
    "Let's see, if I block the DE that's $2,000, OLB is $1,000 per, DT, about $1,500 a block. Times 16 games equals a couple million. Maybe I can pay off half the loan and order 750 cheese burgers with fries. Hmmmm, I'm OK with that."
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    Re: Bryant McKinnie has to stroke a big check as in $4.3 million

    Quote Originally Posted by BcRaven View Post
    "Let's see, if I block the DE that's $2,000, OLB is $1,000 per, DT, about $1,500 a block. Times 16 games equals a couple million. Maybe I can pay off half the loan and order 750 cheese burgers with fries. Hmmmm, I'm OK with that."
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    Re: Bryant McKinnie has to stroke a big check as in $4.3 million

    Usually players wait until after their career is over before declaring bankruptcy. McKinnie might be the exception.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GOTA View Post
    Usually players wait until after their career is over before declaring bankruptcy. McKinnie might be the exception.
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    Re: Bryant McKinnie has to stroke a big check as in $4.3 million

    We could really do with an upgrade at LT over McKinnie, his attitude sucks, and he was awful last season. I really wanted him to get back to his 2009 form, but he just doesn't seem motivated at all. This has to be his last year as a Raven, the problem is it's really hard to find LT's in the draft especially when you are picking past 20. That's why it might be a good idea to draft Nate Potter in the mid rounds, let him develop and bulk up, and then he'll hopefully be ready to play in 2013. I want to see what they do with Jah Reid too, if Oher has another mediocre year, it may be a good idea to trade/cut him and start Reid at RT.




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