The Ravens' Bryant McKinnine is a pro-bowl offensive lineman and Super Bowl champion, but he has also been involved in less-than-glamorous off the field incidents, including one Monday in which TMZ reports Ravens wide receiver Jacoby Jones was struck with a bottle on a party bus by a stripper during McKinnie's birthday celebration.
Coach John Harbaugh later confirmed the incident involving Jones, and said that Jones is "fine", according to ESPN.com.
The incident happened shortly after McKinnie's birthday party at a D.C. nightclub early Monday morning.
Here are the other events McKinnie has been involved in that brought him off the field attention:
- In 2006 McKinnie pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct and being a public nuisance on a watercraft for his role in the 2005 Minnesota "love boat" scandal in which members of the Vikings engaged in public sex acts on a boat, according to USA Today.
- In 2008 McKinnie was charged with aggravated battery, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest after fighting with a bouncer at a Miami nightclub. McKinnie avoided a trial in the incident, instead he agreed to go through a court-ordered program that includes anger management classes and 25 hours of community service, according to On the Record Sports.
Coach Harbaugh addressed the incident, saying, "It's not something we want to be known for... It's nothing to be proud of. I'm kind of disappointed in that sense," reported the Baltimore Sun.