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Mckinnie
Bryant McKinnie, starting left tackle for the Baltimore Ravens, reported to training camp Sunday afternoon after missing the first four days of camp. His excuse; he slipped and fell running out of his home and therefore was unable to attend camp. I’m not buying that lame excuse. McKinnie miraculously made an immediate recovery upon hearing [...]
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