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BRYANT MCKINNIE RUMORS

NFL Lineman Bryant McKinnie Ordered To Pay $150K For Unpaid Lap Dances

NFL offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie is paying — literally — for some fun he had at a strip club nearly two years ago. In 2012, McKinnie was sued by a Miami strip club owner who said the lineman racked up $375,000 in charges for drinks and lap dances over a 20-month period and never paid. For those counting at home, Re-Tox.com estimates that number equals roughly 4,000 lap dances...
Via NESN.com
May 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Bryant McKinnie agrees to pay $150K in unpaid lap dances

Remember that story from over a year ago about former Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie and his absurd $375,000 strip club bill? McKinnie was supposedly sued by the father of rapper Trick Daddy for running up a massive bill at various Miami strip clubs and not paying it. McKinnie called the story “bogus” and […]
Via Larry Brown Sports
May 19, 2014  |  Discuss

McKinnie changes tune regarding positional move

BY NICK ST. DENISWhen the Miami Dolphins traded for Bryant McKinnie last offseason, the veteran offensive lineman made it clear that he would be comfortable playing one position, and one position only."I'm a left tackle," McKinnie said that week. "All I've ever played. I've never taken a snap at right tackle."But now that McKinnie is without a team, and quite frankly not a must-have...
Via AFC East Daily
March 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Dolphins Haven’t Ruled Out Re-Signing OT Bryant McKinnie

According to Omar Kelly of the Sun Sentinel, the Dolphins have “not ruled out” re-signing veteran OT Bryant McKinnie. McKinnie said he would be open to moving to right tackle next year, which happens to be a position of need for the Dolphins. “It shouldn’t be too hard,” said McKinnie during in an interview with WQAM, via the Sun Sentinel. ”I have done it in practice...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
March 17, 2014  |  Discuss

McKinnie says Martin handled harassment issues the wrong way

Miami Dolphins tackle Bryant McKinnie appeared on radio Tuesday and said Jonathan Martin should have spoken up about being harassed by teammates. "I don't feel like 'bullying' is the term because nobody physically harmed him or made him do anything," McKinnie said on SiriusXM NFL Radio on Monday. "He always had an option to say yes or no. It was never that he got bullied like he...
Via Fox Sports Florida
February 18, 2014  |  Discuss
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