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Free agent LT Bryant McKinnie mentioned that the Ravens have already reached out him regarding a possible return to Baltimore. “I can’t say I expect 2 (stay),” said McKinnie in a text message, via CSN Baltimore. “But Harbs called and then 1 of the O-Line-coaches called 10 minutes after.“ He also informed WNST Baltimore that the Saints have shown some interest as well. So far, McKinnie’s market has been limited at best. He’s currently 33-years-old and just helped the Ravens win their second Super Bowl title, but it wasn’t as though he was a big offseason acquisition for them last year. Baltimore lost Ben Grubbs to New Orleans and with no decent options available on the market, they took a chance on McKinnie. He was actually forced to take a pay cut at the start of the season after he lost his starting job. We have McKinnie listed as the No. 46 player in our recently updated Top 50 Free Agents list. The post Ravens & Saints Have Interest In OT Bryant McKinnie appeared first on NF...
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