TRANSACTIONS: Acquired by St. Louis via waivers from the New York Jets (12/15/09)...signed to the active roster from the practice squad by the New York Jets (12/12/09)...signed to the practice squad by the New York Jets (9/7/09)...signed an an undrafted rookie free agent by the New York Jets (5/1/09).
2009 SEASON: Acquired by St. Louis via waivers from the New York Jets (12/15)...spent time with the Jets practice squad prior to being signed to the active roster (12/12)...inactive for one game before being waived (12/14).
COLLEGE: Started three consecutive seasons at right tackle for Southern Mississippi as the team surpassed the school record for total offense each season...finished his career by starting in every game in his final three seasons at right tackle (40 contests)...over McKee’s final three seasons, Southern Miss captured 23 wins and reached three bowl games, winning two of them.
SENIOR (2008): Helped Southern Miss surpass the school's record for total offense (5,636 yards)...blocking efforts helped the Golden Eagles rank No. 20 nationally in total offense, its highest ever finish in its history of the Football Bowl Subdivision (formerly Division I-A)...second-team All-Conference USA selection by the league's coaches.
JUNIOR (2007): Started in all 13 games...did not allow a sack...tallied a team-best 61 knockdowns...helped the Golden Eagles set the season record for total offense (4,727)...helped the team to produce a 1,000 rusher and 2,000 yards rushing for the second-consecutive season...second-team All-Conference USA selection by the league's coaches.
SOPHOMORE (2006): Named to All-Conference USA honorable-mention team...blocking efforts helped Southern Miss produce the first 1,000-yard rusher since 2002...Golden Eagles finished with over 2,000 yards rushing for the first time since 1987...part of an offense that set the school’s single-season total offense record (4,635)...allowed four sacks.
FRESHMAN (2005): Played in three games...tallied three knockdowns...did not allow a sack.
Two-year letterwinner at Daphne (Ala.) High...did not allow a sack during senior season...named All-District and All-County...as a junior, helped Daphne to a 14-1 record and a berth in the state championship game...three-year letterwinner in basketball and two-year letterwinner in baseball.