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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, has been fined $30,000 for each day he has missed training per the league's collective bargaining agreement. He has yet to say why he was holding out. However, WNST radio station reported Saturday night that McKinnie is recovering from accident. With McKinnie out, the Sun reported right tackle Michael Oher has moved to left tackle, a position he played in college.
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