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McKinnie gets $7 million to stay with Ravens

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Contract details of the two-year deal Bryant McKinnie struck last week to stay with the Ravens have been released.

The former Vikings left tackle will earn a base salary of $6.3 million, according to the Baltimore Sun.

Incentives could push his total to $7 million per season. It's worth noting there's a $200,000 workout bonus, which should give McKinnie incentive to report to training camp in shape.

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