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Mckinnie
Bryant McKinnie’s worth ethic has improved greatly over the last year. McKinnie was in terrible shape last offseason, he didn’t even participate in many of the activities. This all led to him losing his job to Michael Oher, but by playoff time, McKinnie won it back. Now the Ravens are very impressed with McKinnie’s shape. John Harbaugh had this to say: “He moved really well in this camp, as well as he moved at the end of the year last year when he started practicing so well and playing so well. He looks healthy, and he will continue to work on his conditioning. He seems to be very committed. Love the way he’s playing and his effort.” McKinnie is also happy with himself: “I feel really good this year. I’m moving around pretty well, so I’m pretty happy with that. This time last year, I didn’t even participate, so yeah, I definitely feel a lot better in minicamp.” Need NFL Tickets? The post Bryant McKinnie in much better shape this offseason appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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