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I wasn’t around to see the Texans’ 43-13 demolition of the Ravens, but one thing is clear: the Ravens must execute better on defense if they are going to go deep in the postseason.
The Ravens have given up franchise record-setting numbers in run defense this season. Baltimore has always been known as a run-stopping defense. The defensive line isn’t doing a good job executing the play calls.
It’s easy to blame Dean Pees, but at some point the players need to do their jobs.
Perhaps the fix for the Ravens will come Sunday when they play the Browns. It remains to be seen though.
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Week eight provided a much needed bye week for the Baltimore Ravens as it allowed players to heal and get healthy and coaches to hit the film room to figure out what adjustments and changes need to be made to become more consistent on both sides of the football. The Ravens headed into the bye week 5-2 with a one and a half game lead in the AFC North and a game lead for the second...
Bryant McKinnie has made more than $50 million during his 11 seasons in the NFL, but he's got very little of it left. And he may have even less
McKinnie, a Pro Bowl left tackle for the Baltimore Ravens, is being sued by the owner of several Miami strip clubs for unpaid bills, according to NBC Miami.
The vice president of the Diamonds club chain, Charles "...
So like most professional athletes, Ravens offensive lineman Bryant McKinnie apparently likes strip club. A lot. But Bryant McKinnie apparently does not like spending his own money at strip clubs. So apparently he ran up a $375,000 bill to a Mr. Charles “Pop” Young, who just so happens to be Trick Daddy’s father, whenever he frequented strip clubs in Miami.
According to Peter King SI.com, the Cardinals have “some interest” in free agent OT Bryant McKinnie.
This isn’t all that surprising considering how bad Bobbie Massie and D’Anthony Batiste have been this season. The Cardinals unequivocally have the worst tandem in the league.
Reports from earlier in the day mentioned that McKinnie is facing a lawsuit for strip club tabs...
Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie has come out and denied that he’s being sued for $375,000 in unpaid strip club bills.
“I got no papers, I was never served,” McKinnie told The Baltimore Sun. “I just called my lawyer about this because this is a bogus story. I just read the article. He was working at those places and he’s tried to borrow money from...
Bryant McKinnie is the defendant in a lawsuit filed by Charles Young, father of rapper Trick Daddy. The lawsuit says the offensive linemen owes $375,000 for services at a series of South Florida strip clubs between February 2009 and September 2010.
Charles “Pop” Young, filed the lawsuit in Miami-Dade Circuit Court on Monday afternoon. According to the Baltimore Sun the Ravens...
Athletes and Strip clubs are notorious together. But did you know that athletes can get credit to make it rain in the club? Apparently Ravens, Bryant McKinnie knows all about it. He’s being sued by several South Florida strip clubs for “services” he received between February 2009 and September 2010. The person suing him, that [...]
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The mammoth Ravens o-lineman has found himself the subject of a lawsuit in Florida that claims he owes almost $400K to various strip clubs in the area.
The veteran offensive lineman for the Ravens and formerly of the Vikings owes $375,000 in strip club fees. This is the same man who took part in the Vikings Party Boat.
"I got no papers, I was never served," McKinnie told The Baltimore Sun this week. "I just called my lawyer about this because this is a bogus story. I just read the article.
After a much-needed bye week, this next month of games are seriously important for the Baltimore Ravens, especially after the devastating loss to Houston two weeks prior.While still standing at No. 1 in the AFC North, the Ravens must rally in the coming weeks to maintain their hopes at postseason glory.Luckily, none of their next four opponents have winning records, but their performance...