Bryant McKinnie trashes Miami program on Twitter

Bryant McKinnie was a star offensive lineman for the Miami Hurricanes before taking his talents to the NFL, and he had some choice words for his alma mater after it suffered a 58-0 loss at the hands of Clemson. It was the worst loss in team history and Sun Life Stadium was practically empty by the latter minutes of the fourth quarter. Sure enough, McKinnie took to Twitter and voices...
Via Campus Sports Net
October 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Hurricanes Bash Al Golden on Social Media

The University of Miami just recorded their worst loss in school history in Saturday’s embarrassing 58-0 loss to No. 6 Clemson. It’s not out of the ordinary for Miami fans to express their disdain for Al Golden, but this time former Canes decided to speak out on the performance of the current head coach. Miami hadn’t even reached halftime before stars like Warren Sapp took...
Via Gamedayr
October 24, 2015  |  Discuss

Miami Legend Bryant McKinnie Voices Displeasure With Hurricanes’ Program On Twitter

We now have 40 percent of Miami’s 2001 national champion offensive line upset with the current state of the Hurricanes’ football program.  Earlier today, former Miami offensive lineman Joaquin Gonzalez called for Al Golden to be fired, offering to buy the Hurricanes’ coach a plane ticket out of Florida.  Gonzalez’ teammate at Miami, legendary offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie...
Via College Spun
October 24, 2015  |  Discuss

This Miami-Virginia Tech game from 2001 produced 62 future NFL players

On Dec. 1, 2001, No. 1 Miami and No. 14 Virginia Tech went head-to-head. The Hurricanes topped the Hokies, 26-24, on that day, but both teams ended up winners in terms of NFL talent production.FOX Sports' Bruce Feldman looked back at that specific game and counted 62 future NFL players on the field.The Hurricanes accounted for 39 of the players who went on to make an NFL team, including...
Via Fox Sports
May 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Buffalo Bills: Biggest Draft Day Regret In Franchise History

I wanted to write about Mike Williams, the massive tackle out of Texas. The fourth pick in the 2002 NFL Draft basically ate himself out of the NFL.The Bills could have drafted Bryant McKinnie, but stuck to their guns and took the big man, which turned out to be a mistake, as reported by’s Patrick Crawley.In the last 30 years the Bills have had just three top-five picks...
Via Football Nation
February 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Ravens teammates tweet support of Ray Rice's reinstatement

The ruling in favor of Ray Rice's appeal on Friday overturns his suspension and makes the former Baltimore Ravens running back eligible to be signed by any team in the NFL. Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith and offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie, took to Twitter to offer support of their former teammate.  
Via Fox Sports
November 28, 2014  |  Discuss

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
July 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Vikings Training Camp Preview: Offensive Line

There is nothing more exciting in football than an explosive offense. When receivers with lightning fast speed, a punishing running back and an elite quarterback show up in the same place, the result is enough points to make even the most expensive video screens in the NFL start flashing “TILT.”As much as a difference maker a high-scoring offense can be, it can't come together...
Via Pro Football Spot
July 16, 2014  |  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
July 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Miami Heat / Dolphins Chef Shot In Mansion

Posted to Random ShizThis story is a little off the beaten path, but interesting. It has been reported that Antuan Teasley, 42, died from a gunshot wound. Teasley was the executive chef for the Miami Heat and the Miami Dolphins Teasley, who called himself the “Young Chef,” ran Young Chef Catering and cooked meals for Miami Dolphins and Heat players and other high-profile athletes...
Via Sports Mockery
June 10, 2014  |  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, estimates that number equals roughly 4,000 lap dances...
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 […]
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May 19, 2014  |  Discuss

Miami Dolphins Halt Offensive Line Crime Spree

The outlaws had been on a run of numerous assaults to the laws of the land while holding high ranking positions of leadership within the town. During the previous year alone, the corrupt five had allowed the local bank to be sacked of the peoples money fifty-eight times.Town-Folk as well as admirers were tired of being assaulted and insulted ! They sent word to the Governor Stephen...
Via Dolphin Shout
May 19, 2014  |  Discuss

In Buffalo there appears to be a plan

I love when these draft prognosticators, bloggers and experts who hand out draft grades less than a week after Roger Goodell is done at Radio City Music hall. Remember when the Bills drafted OT Mike Williams or QB JP Losman. Remember what was said by the exp[erts after the draft(s)? No? Well I do. Mel Kiper said “I had Williams rated ahead of Bryant McKinnie after the knee injury...
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May 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Dolphins' O-Line Still Needs Work

After an exciting start to the free agency period, the Miami Dolphins were quite quiet this past week. Early on, Miami has made significant changes in the secondary and perhaps most notably, up front offensively. But while the Dolphins have sought to improve the offensive line early on, there is still plenty of work to do.Last season, Miami's front five was absolutely dreadful. The...
Via Pro Football Spot
March 24, 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

7th-round pick caps off Dolphins' McKinnie trade

BY SEAN DONOVANBack in October, the Miami Dolphins traded a conditional draft pick to the Baltimore Ravens for Bryant McKinnie, in an attempt to bolster an offensive line that was giving up sacks at a record pace.The team has learned that conditional pick will be a seventh-rounder, according to the Palm Beach Post. McKinnie's acquisition sent right tackle Tyson Clabo to the bench...
Via AFC East 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, 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

Dolphins 2014 free agent tracker

The rumours and speculation during the legal tampering period will soon come to an end as the 2014 NFL free agency period officially begins Tuesday at 4 p.m. ET. With $35.1 million in cap space, the Miami Dolphins are expected to be one of the busiest teams in the league. In addition to tracking the Dolphins signings, we'll also provide updates on the status of where the team...
Via Phins Phocus
March 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Ravens “Likely” To Lose Tackle Eugene Monroe In Free Agency

Last season, after realizing that Bryant McKinnie’s Super Bowl stretch was an aberration, the Baltimore Ravens traded him to the Miami Dolphins for a conditional late-round pick, a necessity for the latter following the Jonathan Martin situation. The Ravens traded their fourth- and fifth-round draft picks for this upcoming draft to the Jacksonville Jaguars for tackle Eugene Monroe...
Via Steelers Depot
March 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Baltimore Ravens seeking a certain brand of big – optimizing the zone scheme

During the Ravens’ Super Bowl winning 2012 season, much of their late success was thanks to the sudden cohesion of their offensive line. The combination of McKinnie, Osemele, Birk, Yanda and Oher – from left to right – proved to be the most effective of any all year, working in unison to provide Joe Flacco the time he needed for his historic postseason run. That late season...
Via cover32 - Ravens
March 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Dolphins name offensive line coach replacement(s)

BY NICK ST. DENISThe Miami Dolphins need to get to work on their offensive line, and they took the first step Saturday in naming the positional coach.The team announced it promoted John Benton, who was hired earlier this year from the Houston Texans as an assistant, to replace recently fired offensive line coach Jim Turner. The Dolphins also hired Jack Bicknell Jr., most recently...
Via AFC East Daily
March 01, 2014  |  Discuss

A few suggestions this off season for new GM Dennis Hickey

The Dolphins short off-season has already been so full of negatives; it is interesting to think of what the Dolphins could use to become a legit contender.  What do the Fins need to add to their roster to succeed on the field, taking the focus from off of it? The Dolphins were the worst protected team in the league.  They allowed 58 sacks last season which led the league, clearly...
Via cover32 - Dolphins
February 28, 2014  |  Discuss

2014 Miami Dolphins Free Agency Pursuit

Hello SHOUTsters and Miami Dolphin fans throughout the world .. The New Year is upon us in just two weeks with the opening of the 2014 Free Agency period on March 11th .As most are aware, the Dolphins have some of their own extremely important cogs scheduled to hit the market . Corner Back Brent Grimes comes to mind while being the likely most important piece that needs to be paid...
Via Dolphin Shout
February 25, 2014  |  Discuss
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