• Bryant McKinnie visiting Dolphins

    Summary of 33 articles · Updated May 5, 2013
    • Bryant McKinnie re-signing benefits Kelechi Osemele

      Offensive lineman was set to play left tackle if McKinnie hadn't been re-signedKelechi Osemele had been diligently working on his footwork preparing to play left offensive tackle, a position that probably wasn't going to be his strong suit.
    • Even with McKinnie signing, Ravens still trending much younger

      At 33, left tackle is now oldest player on RavensThe Ravens decision to re-sign Bryant McKinnie reverses an offseason trend that has seen the roster get younger at several key positions.
    • McKinnie re-signs with Ravens; Jonathan Martin likely becomes Dolphins’ left tackle

      It’s starting to look like Jonathan Martin will be the Dolphins’ starting LT It was reported earlier today that left tackle Bryant McKinnie was mulling over offers from the Miami Dolphins and San Diego Chargers. But the 33-year old veteran has decided
    • Reward outweighs risk with McKinnie

      The Baltimore Ravens and offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie decided they wanted to stay together despite a far-from-smooth relationship. The Ravens re-signed McKinnie to a two-year deal Thursday after a season in which Baltimore cut the former Pro Bowl li…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Bryant McKinnie won't be a Charger

      The Chargers hosted the veteran on a two-day visit earlier in the week.
    • Dolphins’ offensive tackle search update

      Will Dolphins sign Bryant McKinnie? As we continue to wait for the Dolphins to decide on a new offensive tackle, information on their search has leaked, albeit sparingly. Here’s what we know: - The Dolphins are expected to make a decision soon. As early
    • How the trades are playing out for the Dolphins

      Within the last year the Dolphins have made three intriguing (some would say controversial) trades that exchanged players for draft picks -- the present in exchange for the future. Well, the future has arrived in the form of actual people. So now we can…
    • Which free agent OT should Dolphins sign?

      Is Eric Winston the best FA fit at OT for Miami? Everyone knows what Jeff Ireland’s next move is: sign or possibly still even trade for a veteran offensive tackle. We just don’t know who that new tackle will be. Of course, Ireland can still strike a d
    • Bryant McKinnie meets, dines with Chargers

      The 33-year-old could become the latest new starter to San Diego's offensive line.

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