Baltimore Ravens offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie will participate in the team's voluntary offseason workouts, the Carroll County Times reported Friday.
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The Baltimore Sun reported earlier this month that team officials want McKinnie to be in slightly better shape than he was for the 2011 season. Coach John Harbaugh told the Sun at the NFL Annual Meetings that McKinnie was in the "same shape he was when he left."
The 32-year-old McKinnie, listed at 360 pounds, fell out of favor with his previous team, the Minnesota Vikings, because he was in poor shape for camp before the 2011 season.
The Ravens recently paid McKinnie, who is reportedly having trouble with loans taken out during the lockout, a roster bonus worth $500,000. The team is currently set to pay him $3.2 million for the 2012 season.
McKinnie, a first-round pick by the Vikings in the 2002 NFL Draft, started seven of eight games in his rookie season and has been a perennial starter since.