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Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Bryant McKinnie may be on the hook for $4.5 million according to a lawsuit filed by Pro Player Funding back in November. McKinnie took out a “lockout loan” from the sports lending agency in the amount of $4.2 million in February of 2011.
The lending firm alleges that McKinnie missed a payment on the loan in August of last year. All parties involved in the lawsuit, including McKinnie, have agreed to the garnishment of the offensive lineman’s wages this coming season.
However, Pro Player Funding has filed a second lawsuit against McKinnie to try to recoup money from McKinnie’s future wages. Moreover, McKinnie is countersuing Pro Player Funding, claiming that $1.7 million of the original loan was never delivered to him and that the firm engaged in unscrupulous business activities.
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Baltimore Ravens left tackle Bryant McKinnie must find a way to fork over $4.3 million to a company that gave him a loan before last year’s lockout. Pro Player Funding, a company that specialized in lockout loans last year, has obtained a judgement against McKinnie ordering him to pay $4.3 million, according to TMZ. McKinnie, [...]
Baltimore Ravens lineman Bryant McKinnie must find $4.3 million after failing to make payments on a loan he took out during the 2011 NFL lockout, TMZ reported Thursday.
In February 2011, then-Minnesota Vikings player McKinnie took out a $4 million personal loan with Pro Player Funding (PPF), which specialized in "lockout loans" for NFL stars worried about an impending...
Bryant McKinnie’s missed payment on a high-risk lockout loan last year is coming home to roost. He reportedly has a judgment against him for $4.3 million.
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According to reports from Steve Wyche from NFL.com, Ray Rice won’t be joining the Ravens for voluntary workouts on Monday. The Ravens and Rice have been working on a long term contract for some time now, but still haven’t come very close to any kind of agreement.
Rice was due to be an unrestricted free agent before the Ravens used the franchise tag on him early last month....
Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice will not report for voluntary offseason workouts Monday.
Rice, who is seeking a long-term extension, has not signed the franchise tender placed on him, NFL.com reported.
The 25-year-old Rice rushed for 1,364 yards and 12 touchdowns last season. He also had 76 receptions for 704 yards and three scores.
Rice has ripped off three straight 1...
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