Any Baltimore Ravens fans who were concerned about team chemistry after a recent incident involving Jacoby Jones and a stripper named Sweat Pea can put their worries to rest.
Left tackle Bryant McKinnie discussed the fiasco on his weekly radio show on Baltimore's WNST.net, and it seems like the whole situation was overblown. While Jones was indeed bleeding from a laceration he suffered at the celebration, McKinnie said Jones didn't get hit over the head with a champagne bottle by a stripper on a party bus, as some reports made it seem.
McKinnie said the party on the bus consisted of "me, my teammates, and my friends that came in town for the game and for my birthday and stuff like that. Not any strippers. I don’t know where this came from.”
And if anyone needed further proof that this is all water under the bridge, McKinnie said the Ravens coaches trolled Jones this week at practice by playing Tommy Roe's 1966 hit, "Sweat Pea."
Bravo, John Harbaugh.
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