Bryant McKinnie

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    May 19, 2014

    NFL Player Ordered to Pay $150,000 Lap Dance Bill to Strip Club

    A story made the rounds last week here locally in Houston about a 32-year-old Houston man who was suing a stripper for thousands of dollars that he reportedly loaned her. Apparently, there was a miscommunication between the two as to whether the cash should have been defined as a handout or defined ... More >>

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    January 24, 2014

    Wasted Jacoby Jones Is Enjoying His Offseason

    Someday, we will look back at the prominent athletes of the early 2010's Era (otherwise known as the Age of Manziel), and we will all realize what an underrated asset Jacoby Jones has been. I don't know that there's an athlete from whom we've drawn such a disproportionate amount of relatively harml ... More >>

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    December 26, 2013

    Countdown to 2013 King of Content: 9. Jacoby Jones

    Recent history has not been kind to the Houston Texans when it comes to either former Baltimore Ravens coming to Houston, or the Texans cutting players loose and seeing them wind up in Baltimore. The Ed Reed saga was chronicled in detail in the most recent "King of Content" post -- Hall of Fame car ... More >>

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    September 27, 2013

    Sweet Pea vs Jacoby Epilogue: Jacoby Jones Apologizes For Doing Nothing Wrong

    Ain't no party like a Bryant McKinnie party. This is known. As debauchery and salaciousness goes, the gold standard for a McKinnie-approved throwdown is still the 2005 Minnesota Vikings boat party scandal, and frankly until another scandalous party gets its own Wikipedia page, it will always be the ... More >>

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    September 26, 2013

    NFL Crime Update: Pac-Man, Hugh Douglas, Gangsta Viking Owners

    "Do this research, if we don't have a how much evil, which we call the how much crime goes up, if they take away our game..." -- Ray Lewis to ESPN's Sal Paolantonio during the 2011 lockout We all remember this famous Ray Lewis rant, right? Where he implied that the abse ... More >>

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    September 24, 2013

    Jacoby Jones' Deal With The Devil Ends In A Pool Of His Own Blood

    When sports figures go from a career of anonymity or ineptitude to sudden stardom, a lot of people in my business go looking for reasons. Why has Eli Manning been largely average (and kind of dopey) for his entire career and yet strung together two of the most courageous postseasons in NFL history ... More >>