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  1. #25
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    Re: McKinnie tells Miami fan he wants to be a Dolphin



    Quote Originally Posted by Paintballguy View Post
    Imagine a turnstile at a subway and that's what you will see. Of course I'm using hyperbole, but Mckinnie has been god awful.
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    McKinnie in South Beach...what could go wrong????
    Ha! What happened to him since Super Bowl? Did he get too full of himself or what?
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    Re: McKinnie tells Miami fan he wants to be a Dolphin

    Quote Originally Posted by CincyCat View Post
    Ha! What happened to him since Super Bowl? Did he get too full of himself or what?
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    Re: McKinnie tells Miami fan he wants to be a Dolphin

    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    Is that legit?

    Seems incredibly silly.


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    Not sure, there is a space between his first and last name on his account but not on the one posted above.
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  4. #28

    Re: McKinnie tells Miami fan he wants to be a Dolphin

    Wouldn't be shocked if it was him. Par for the course




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    Re: McKinnie tells Miami fan he wants to be a Dolphin

    Buh-bye.




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    Re: McKinnie tells Miami fan he wants to be a Dolphin

    I don't think it's legit at all.

    Some other twitter outlet or PFT would have picked up on it.

    And it just seems comically silly and just so happens to support that insane fans objective...which is to get everybody's attention...in order to get the Dolphins FO attention.

    I mean that guy has tweeted that stuff to all of our local beat writers as well as the Dolphons. Check out his twitter timeline.


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    Re: McKinnie tells Miami fan he wants to be a Dolphin

    Quote Originally Posted by Raveninwoodlawn View Post
    I don't think it's legit at all.

    Some other twitter outlet or PFT would have picked up on it.

    And it just seems comically silly and just so happens to support that insane fans objective...which is to get everybody's attention...in order to get the Dolphins FO attention.

    I mean that guy has tweeted that stuff to all of our local beat writers as well as the Dolphons. Check out his twitter timeline.


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    When this thread was first posted, I searched on twitter and the tweet from McKinnie's verified account to this Dolphins account showed up on the search.

    It has since been deleted though.

    Also, check out this account. It clearly says followed by Bryant McKinnie. https://twitter.com/Miami_news123




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    Re: McKinnie tells Miami fan he wants to be a Dolphin

    yeah it does't look legit to me either but just a hunch
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    Re: McKinnie tells Miami fan he wants to be a Dolphin

    Tell the Ravens front office...I'm sure if the Dolphins wanted him, he'd be there by now.
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  10. #34

    Re: McKinnie tells Miami fan he wants to be a Dolphin

    Quote Originally Posted by Beerracuda View Post
    Insert him into the game as a Tight End. Have him run a crossing pattern. Have Joe pass him a high pass that he has to reach for. BAM!!!! End of problem.

    Good riddance.
    You think he would bother to reach for it? Or run more than half a yard of the pattern for that matter?




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    Re: McKinnie tells Miami fan he wants to be a Dolphin

    Quote Originally Posted by Paintballguy View Post
    When this thread was first posted, I searched on twitter and the tweet from McKinnie's verified account to this Dolphins account showed up on the search.

    It has since been deleted though.

    Also, check out this account. It clearly says followed by Bryant McKinnie. https://twitter.com/Miami_news123
    EDIT: Nevermind, you meant this Miami News guy deleted the tweeted pic of the DM...
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    FOR REED, BIRK, BOLDIN, RAY, ART, TEVIN, OJ, and BALTIMORE...
    SUPER BOWL 47 CHAMPION RAVENS!!!!!!

    "We don't make it easy, but that's the way the city of Baltimore is, and that's the way we are. We did this for them back home." - Joe Flacco, Super Bowl 47 MVP


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  12. #36

    Re: McKinnie tells Miami fan he wants to be a Dolphin

    Quote Originally Posted by CincyCat View Post
    Ha! What happened to him since Super Bowl? Did he get too full of himself or what?
    A chance at a SB ring and one last decent payday was enough to keep him motivated to play well for a brief, 5-game stretch. Also, he had former Hurricanes like Ray Lewis (and former teammate Ed Reed) helping to keep him in line.

    Now that that's over, he's reverted back to what he's always been. Mike Rumph, one of his old teammates, called him "The best lazy player he's ever seen". Lazy + talented can work when your in your early 20's, at the prime of your health and youth. Lazy and 34? Not so much.




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