BRYANT MCKINNIE NEWS

What will the Dolphins week one starting O line look like ?

The Dolphins are on pace to have five new starters on the offensive line, especially with Mike Pouncey missing the first eight weeks of the season or so recovering from surgery. Last year the Dolphins line was historically bad, 59 sacks was the 10th most of all time. Even with five new starters, the new line should easily be able to be at least a mediocre line. With Joe Philbin finally...
Via cover32 - Dolphins
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Eagles on the eve of instruction— some questions I have heading into TC…

Players report to Training Camp on July 25, a mere week and a half away. Their first order of business will be undergoing medical exams and conditioning tests. Ever wonder exactly what those “conditioning tests” are? Well, each position group has to complete a series of sprints at various yardages under certain time limits. As long as you have maintained your reasonable offseason...
Via Eagles Eye
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Bryant McKinnie had his car repossessed

Free agent NFL offensive lineman Bryant McKinnie had his 2012 Infiniti QX56 repossessed after he decided to not pay his lawyers the $21,354 he owes them,  according to TMZ. Here’s the deal … according to legal docs, Bryant never paid his Florida lawyers more than $20k in bills, fees and penalties stemming from work they did several years ago. The lawyers sued and got a judgement...
Via Pro Football Zone
24 days ago  |  Discuss

NFL OT Bryant Mckinnie’s Car Repossed For Unpaid Legal Fees

Looks as if there are more financial troubles for unemployed NFL offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie. Although McKinnie has made millions in his career, as of late he’s been sued for several unpaid debt obligations. The latest incident involves unpaid legal fees and a car being repossessed. According to legal docs obtained by TMZ Sports, Bryant never paid his Florida lawyers for...
Via Jocks and Stiletto Jill
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Bryant McKinnie Has Car Repo’d After Failing To Pay Legal Fees

Bryant McKinnie’s financial issues have cost him a pretty nice car. TMZ is reporting that McKinnie had his 2012 Infiniti QX56 repo’d after failing to pay his lawyer $20k in legal fees. Here’s the deal … according to legal docs, Bryant never paid his Florida lawyers more than $20k in bills, fees and penalties stemming from work they did several years ago. The lawyers sued...
Via Thacover2
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Former Dolphin had his car Repo’d after failing to pay attorneys

Come on Bryant McKinnie, The former Dolphin’s fancy car has been REPO’D after he stiffed his lawyers on a HUGE bill. According to TMZ, Bryant never paid his Florida lawyers more than $20k in bills, fees and penalties stemming from work they did several years ago. The lawyers sued and got a judgement for $21,354.69, […] The post Former Dolphin had his car Repo’d after failing...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Financial problems continue for Bryant McKinnie

Bryant McKinnie has made tens of millions of dollars in his NFL career, but he hasn’t managed it wisely. McKinnie has been in financial trouble before, and now his car was repossessed and will be auctioned to pay off $21,354.69 that he owes attorneys who represented him in a previous case.
Via Pro Sports Daily
24 days ago  |  Discuss

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 pays $150K in unpaid lap dances

According to Black Sports Online,  free agent offensive lineman Bryant McKinnie has reached a settlementt with a stripper for unpaid lap dances after being sued for $375,000.  The settlement  was for $150,000. Below is the details per Re-Tox.com. Turns out Bryant McKinnie‘s infamous $375,000 strip club bill wasn’t as “bogus” as he said it was; the 350-pound offensive tackle...
Via Pro Football Zone
May 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Miami Dolphins OT Bryant McKinnie settles Strip Club lawsuit

Former Minnesota Vikings Pro Bowler Bryant McKinnie has won a lot during his NFL career: a Super Bowl ring with the Baltimore Ravens, the Outland Trophy as the nation’s best lineman, two All-American awards. But McKinnie couldn’t win his legal battle against a strip club, settling for $150,000 today. Turns out Bryant McKinnie‘s infamous $375,000 strip club bill wasn’t as...
Via The Sports Bank
May 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Former Vikings OT Bryant McKinnie settles Strip Club lawsuit

Former Minnesota Vikings Pro Bowler Bryant McKinnie has won a lot during his NFL career: a Super Bowl ring with the Baltimore Ravens, the Outland Trophy as the nation’s best lineman, two All-American awards. But McKinnie couldn’t win his legal battle against a strip club, settling for $150,000 today. Turns out Bryant McKinnie‘s infamous $375,000 strip club bill wasn’t as...
Via The Sports Bank
May 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Bryant McKinnie ran up a $375k tab at two Miami strip clubs

Via Guyism
May 19, 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

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

Strip clubs are a favorite past time for many athletes. But not many end up owing the club $150,000 for failing to pay for lap dances. Miami Dolphins OT Bryant McKinnie was sued by rapper Trick Daddy’s father, Charles “Pops” Young for failing to pay for 4,000 dances back in 2012. At the McKinnie said it wasn’t true. But the case has been settled and seems as if there was...
Via Jocks and Stiletto Jill
May 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: McKinnie ordered to pay $150K in unpaid lap dances

The lawsuit was originally for $375k in unpaid lap dances and at the time McKinnie said the entire lawsuit was bogus. It couldn’t have been that bogus, because a settlement was reached and McKinnie was ordered to pay $150k in unpaid lap dances. Re-Tox.com has the details. Turns out Bryant McKinnie‘s infamous $375,000 strip club bill wasn’t as “bogus” as he said it was;...
Via BlackSportsOnline
May 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Ravens Receive A Seventh-Round Pick From Dolphins To Complete Trade For Bryant McKinnie

  According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the Miami Dolphins will send their seventh-round pick to the Ravens to complete their trade for LT Bryant McKinnie. Last year, the Dolphins were in desperate need of help at left tackle an agreed to send a conditional seventh-round pick to Baltimore for LT Bryant McKinnie. The conditions of the deal were based on playing time,...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
March 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Dolphins send 7th-round pick to Ravens to complete Bryant McKinnie deal

The Miami Dolphins are down a draft pick thanks to their trade with the Baltimore Ravens last season that sent offensive lineman Bryant McKinnie to South Beach. McKinnie ended up playing more than half a season for the Dolphins and as a result, they have sent a seventh-round pick up to Baltimore to complete the deal. Per the Miami Herald: The Baltimore Ravens will have an additional...
Via Pro Sports Daily
March 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Bryant McKinnie is willing to play right tackle for Dolphins & others

Bryant McKinnie has spent his entire 12-year NFL career as a left tackle, but that doesn't mean the former University of Miami standout isn't willing to switch sides for the right opportunity. McKinnie, who started the final 10 games for the Miami Dolphins at left tackle in 2013, told WQAM that he's willing to play right tackle for his next employer. "It shouldn...
Via Pro Sports Daily
March 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...
Via AFC East Daily
March 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Bryant McKinnie wants to compete for a job, somewhere

Starting left tackles have been making big money in free agency in the last week, but Bryant McKinnie hasn’t found a job yet. He’s hoping that will change. McKinnie, who ended the 2013 season as the Dolphins’ starting left tackle, said on WQAM that he would just like to find a team willing to give him a chance to show during the offseason that he deserves a spot on the roster...
Via Pro Sports Daily
March 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Bryant McKinnie open to playing right tackle, Dolphins don’t sound interested

Free agent offensive lineman Bryant McKinnie has made it known that he’s willing to play right tackle next season since the Dolphins have signed Brandon Albert to play left tackle.  The only problem is it doesn’t look like Miami wants to bring him back. As you've likely heard, Bryant McKinnie told 560 AM that he'd play right tackle for a team this year if asked. However...
Via Pro Football Zone
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

Miami Dolphins are expected to land Branden Albert

According to Pro Football Talk, the Kansas City Chiefs former Offensive tackle Branden Albert is expected to sign with the Miami Dolphins not long after the market officially opens on Tuesday. Albert instantly would be installed as the left tackle in Miami, succeeding Bryant McKinnie. This would be a huge splash for the Phins, who […]The post Miami Dolphins are expected to land...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
March 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Bryant McKinnie Selling Florida Home With ‘U’ Pool Table – $1.49 Million

Bryant McKinnie is almost certainly hoping for a quieter 2014. The veteran offensive tackle started 2013 on the Ravens, where, in addition to…
Via Busted Coverage
February 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Bryant McKinnie thinks Jonathan Martin went about it the wrong way

var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Miami Dolphins left tackle Bryant McKinnie has a history of doing crazy stuff on boats. No seriously look it up I’ll wait. Crazy stuff right.  That has nothing to do with this story but I love bringing it up. Getting back on track, McKinnie recently weighed in on the Jonathan Martin situation...
Via Pro Football Zone
February 19, 2014  |  Discuss
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