Vikings' McKinnie arrested in Miami
Minnesota Vikings' offensive tackle Bryant McKinnie was arrested for aggravated battery following a street fight outside a nightclub early Sunday morning, the Star Tribune reported.
McKinnie was also arrested for disorderly conduct and resisting arrest, the Star Tribune reported.
Police were called to Club Space in Miami after McKinnie was arrested by a security guard, the Star Tribune reported.
The Star Tribune reported Miami Police found McKinnie "in the middle of a large crowd, throwing punches and again yelling obscenities," according to the police report.
McKinnie was bonded out for $9,000 at 2:25 p.m., Miami-Dade County Corrections Department spokeswoman Janelle Hall said, according to the Star Tribune.
The trouble is nothing new for McKinnie, the Pioneer Press reported .
The NFL fined him one game check for his role in a team boat party on Lake Minnetonka in 2005. McKinnie pleaded guilty to misdemeanor disorderly conduct in that incident, the Pioneer Press reported.
The Vikings released a statement regarding the incident, the Pioneer Press reported. "We are aware of the situation with Bryant McKinnie. We will respond further once we have collected the appropriate information."