GS: 0 | GP: 16 | Snaps: 206 Season in review: After a soap opera summer that culminated with McKinnie taking a pay cut to keep his roster spot, McKinnie was chained to the bench during the regular season. But before the playoffs, the Ravens inserted McKinnie into their starting lineup and shifted Michael Oher from left tackle to right tackle (and moved Kelechi Osemele inside to guard). We all know how that worked out for the Ravens. Signature moment: After answering questions all week about Denver¿s pass-rushing duo of Von Miller and Elvis Dumervil, McKinnie and the offensive allowed just one sack in a 38-35 double-overtime win. Stat that stands out: four -- sacks allowed by McKinnie and the offensive line in four postseason games. Pro Football Focus grade: +5.6 overall | +2.3 as a pass blocker | +1.5 as a run blocker | +1.8 miscellaneous. Outlook for 2013 and beyond: McKinnie is an unrestricted free agent, and the Ravens would probably have him back for another season if the price is right. But he is 33, constantly dogged by questions about his conditioning, and it's fair to question whether he can be counted on to start 16-plus games in 2013. Update: McKinnie has re-signed with the Ravens and has been working at left tackle in OTAs.
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