Found July 27, 2012 on Pro Football Zone:
Getty Images According to Jason La Canfora of, some people have told him that Bryant McKinnie’s days with the Baltimore Ravens might be numbered. McKinnie has been reportedly dealing with an “issue” that has kept him from reporting to training camp on time.  He’s already be fined $30,000 for missing Thursday’s practice.

Bryant McKinnie’s days with the Ravens numbered?

Bryant McKinnie has missed the start of Raven’s Training Camp with what was only described by Head Coach Jim Harbaugh as an “issue.” This has led to speculation that McKinnie could be cut, speculation that NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora says is true. According to La Canfora, McKinnie’s days “appear quite numbered in Baltimore.” In the mean time, the Ravens are fining...

Bryant McKinnie will report for Ravens on Monday

Bryant McKinnie has been a surprise no show for Ravens Training Camp, leading to some speculation that he could be retiring or be cut for not making weight. The Ravens wanted him at 345 pounds and held him out of mandatory minicamp last month to work on his conditioning. The Ravens have been fining him 30,000 daily, as is allowed, and reportedly have had no communication with him...

Where's Bryant McKinnie?--- Ravens missing their left tackle...

Moby Grape is missing... well, actually the Ravens' gigantic left tackle Bryant McKinnie has failed to report on time to Ravens training camp, and that's a big deal...and a big hole to fill on the offensive line if McKinnie is going to be away for any extended period of time.Funny, I expected Ed Reed to hold out of camp for awhile...but there he was, reporting on Day 1 with...

Ravens reportedly fining McKinnie

One player has been a no-show at training camp. It’s an unexcused absence, according to reports. That player is left tackle Bryant McKinnie. McKinnie was slated to be the starter on the left of the line, but he needs to show up in shape if he’s going to practice with the Ravens in the early stages of training. In order to pass his conditioning test and practice McKinnie needs...

Slimmed down Ray Lewis ready for 17th season

In preparation for his 17th NFL season, Ray Lewis decided the best way to cope with his advancing age was to reduce his waistline. The 38-year-old linebacker began training camp with the Baltimore Ravens on Thursday much lighter than his listed playing weight of 240 pounds. Lewis wouldn't reveal his exact weight, but said he's never weighed less since coming to Baltimore...

Report: McKinnie to end holdout Monday

Baltimore Ravens offensive lineman Bryant McKinnie reportedly will end his holdout from training camp on Monday. The left tackle, who was placed on the reserve list, told the Baltimore Sun via a text message Saturday night that he will end his holdout. The Ravens were given Sunday off after opening training camp Thursday. McKinnie, who started 18 games for the Ravens last season...

Training camp under way

I’ve been waiting for this for a long time. Finally, training camp is under way. The Ravens have a few notable position battles, but the one that is most fascinating is the battle for the starting cornerback job opposite Lardarius Webb. It comes down to Cary Williams, a starter last season, and Jimmy Smith, the Ravens’ 2011 first-round pick. The secondary will most likely have...

Redskins interest in Ryan Grant raise concerns about backfield

We are putting two plus two together and probably reaching five, but hey, that’s what bloggers do.  The Insider reported yesterday Washington's concern about the health of RBs Tim Hightower and Roy Helu. Today, picked up on a tweet by Jason LaCanfora that the Redskins are thinking about adding Cedric Benson or Ryan Grant to the roster. Few things before i leave...
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