McKinnie wants to slim down to 350 pounds

Ravens left tackle Bryant McKinnie is hoping to slim down to 350 pounds. "That would be the perfect weight, because when you get to light people start pushing you around," McKinnie said. The former Viking currently weighs 365 pounds.
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Ravens left tackle Bryant McKinnie is hoping to slim down to 350 pounds. "That would be the perfect weight, because when you get to light people start pushing you around," McKinnie said. The former Viking currently weighs 365 pounds.

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