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Mckinnie
In his first year with the Baltimore Ravens, Bryant McKinnie did exactly what the team was hoping he would do in 2011. McKinnie, 32, started all 18 games this season at left tackle, and he’s ready for another season in the Charm City. “I feel like I’ll be better next year,” McKinnie said Monday, via [...]
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