August 2, 2011 by staff
Bryant Mckinnie, Moments after being released by the Vikings, Bryant McKinnie is on the horn with your favorite website and gave his version of how things went this afternoon in Winter Park. So what site I’m talking about? PFT? Clarin? Something more to do with sport? No. What’s TMZ?
Yes, Bryant McKinnie gave her first post-release statement to TMZ. That is appropriate since McKinnie has lately seemed more concerned about his career as an aspiring music entrepreneur and all around entertainment guru efforts of real football, although I suppose he has made more money in your life from football his record label and nightclub appearances (I can be wrong about this).
Have not been heard much yet Vikings McKinnie how the decision was made, and only a brief statement of Leslie Frazier said: “This decision, although not easy, is in the best interest of our football team as a forward in preparation for the season. We appreciate the contributions of Bryant to the Vikings, and we wish him well in the future. ”
Unlike Frazier and Vikings, McKinnie is very happy to prepare the sequence of events. Somewhat surprisingly, according to McKinnie was not the decision of the Vikings cut him at all, it was his. McKinnie says he instructed his agent to ask the Vikings for his release after he was placed on the list of non-food items arising out of shape. In addition to her weight problem, McKinnie also reportedly told doctors that his cholesterol is too high.
We now expect the Vikings’ version of the same facts. The cholesterol is interesting because it goes beyond being overweight. High cholesterol can lead to heart attack, as I learned from television commercials for a long time. Maybe the Vikings McKinnie Sat for his own good and actually McKinnie has sent his agent to ask for his release. In any case, the Vikings McKinnie clearly believed had shot at getting bit the same as playing time for the season, and decided it best to move forward.
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