|Date of birth:||August 22, 1961|
|Place of birth:||Quitman, Georgia|
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McKinnon played college football at Florida State University and was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Bears in 1983. He was the last undrafted free agent to score more than one touchdown for the Bears until Dane Sanzenbacher in 2011. He won Super Bowl XX as a member of the 1985 Chicago Bears.
In his eight seasons, McKinnon caught 194 passes for 3,012 yards and 22 touchdowns. He also returned 129 punts for 1,191 yards and three touchdowns, and scored a rushing touchdown. He caught 31 passes for 555 yards and seven touchdowns during the Bears' championship season in 1985. His best season was in 1988, when he caught 45 passes for 704 yards and three touchdowns, while also returning 40 punts for 405 yards and a franchise record two touchdowns (this record was later surpassed by Devin Hester in the 2006 season). He went on to catch four passes for 108 yards and a touchdown in Chicago's 20-12 postseason win in a game known as the Fog Bowl.
At the time of his retirement, McKinnon's 1,191 punt return yards were the second highest total in Chicago franchise history.
- "Sanzenbacher in fight for roster spot". Chicagobears.com. Retrieved 2012-08-18.
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