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September 11, 2004 | Daily News Wire Services
Kellen Winslow Jr. ended his second NFL holdout. Winslow, who missed 12 days of training camp while trying to work out a contract with the Cleveland Browns, spoke to reporters yesterday for the first time in more than 3 weeks as he prepared to make his pro debut tomorrow against Baltimore. The tight end with a Hall of Fame father has yet catch his first pass in the regular season, but he's already being tabbed for greatness. "He's the best tight end in the history of the NFL," declared tackle Ross Verba, stunning everyone within earshot.
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May 27, 2005 | Daily News Wire Services
Kellen Winslow Jr. apologized to Cleveland Browns fans for his reckless use of a motorcycle and confirmed that he will miss the upcoming season because of injuries sustained in the crash. Meanwhile, the Westlake Police obtained a surveillance tape that showed Winslow performing "wheelies" on the bike before hitting a curb at 35 mph and flying over the handlebars. Winslow tore the ACL in his right knee and suffered unspecified internal injuries on May 1 when he wrecked his high-powered motorcycle in a secluded parking lot near his home.
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April 25, 2004 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Kellen Winslow is coming into the NFL with better credentials than his Hall of Fame father by the same name. That's according to none other than his dad, who was a dominating tight end with the San Diego Chargers. The younger Winslow was the sixth pick of the first round yesterday by the Cleveland Browns. His father was the No. 13 pick in the first round of the 1979 draft by the San Diego Chargers. "Without a doubt, he is better, and it's not even close," the elder Winslow said yesterday.
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May 20, 2005 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
The NFL will suspend Minnesota Vikings running back Onterrio Smith for the season for violating the league's substance-abuse policy a third time, a newspaper reported. Pending an appeal, Smith will be forced to sit out the 2005 season, the Star Tribune of Minneapolis reported yesterday. Smith skipped a drug test, which qualifies as a violation under league policy, ESPN.com said. Missing a drug test is equivalent to a positive test, and Smith already had violated the league policy twice.
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May 23, 2012 | Associated Press
Kellen Winslow was told he no longer fits in Tampa Bay's plans for next season. The ninth-year pro told SiriusXM radio on Monday that first-year coach Greg Schiano was "kind of upset" that Winslow was not working out with the team this offseason, and told the tight end he will facilitate a trade to another club. Winslow had 75 receptions for 763 yards and two TDs in 2011.   Manning on target The Denver Broncos got their first look of Peyton Manning under center with a spirited, fast-paced workout, the four-time MVP's first full practice in more than 16 months.
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May 20, 2005 | Daily News Wire Services
Cleveland Browns tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee when he crashed his motorcycle, two sources within the league told the Associated Press yesterday, placing his 2005 season in doubt. An injury such as Winslow's typically requires 10 to 12 months of rehabilitation. Winslow, who wrecked his high-powered bike while riding in a parking lot on May 1, will get a second medical opinion before surgery is scheduled, said the sources, who have knowledge of his injuries and spoke on the condition of anonymity.
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July 31, 2004 | Daily News Wire Services
Apparently, 80 isn't the only number Kellen Winslow Jr. is after. Winslow's agent rejected a contract offer - potentially worth at least $40 million - from the Cleveland Browns yesterday that would make him the highest-paid tight end in NFL history. Winslow, the No. 6 pick in April's NFL draft, was not on the field as the Browns opened training camp yesterday in Berea, Ohio. "I believe the most disappointed guy is Kellen for not being here from the beginning with his teammates," coach Butch Davis said.
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May 24, 2012 | Associated Press
At the owners meeting in Atlanta on Tuesday, commissioner Roger Goodell briefly addressed the defamation lawsuit filed against him by New Orleans' Jonathan Vilma after he suspended the Saints linebacker for the 2012 season. Goodell said that he has "not spent a lot of time" on the lawsuit, in which Vilma contends the commissioner made false statements that tarnished Vilma's reputation and hindered his ability to earn a living playing football. "I've been around this league for 30 years, and you are going to make decisions that will not be unanimous - it just doesn't happen, particularly in a game where there is a lot of emotion, a lot of passion," Goodell said.
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September 19, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
Kellen Winslow didn't let any passes slip through his hands on Sunday in Cincinnati. Yesterday, he dropped a bomb. Frustrated and confused at not being on the field during some key third-downs in a 34-17 loss to the Bengals, Winslow claimed he should have been a bigger part of Cleveland's game plan and blamed Browns coaches for a lack of imagination on offense. "Some of the coaches might be holding us back a little bit," Winslow said. "We have nothing to lose. I don't mean to try and go behind their backs or whatever, but we're 0-2, we have nothing to lose, let's go. " Winslow, who finished with four catches for 42 yards, didn't identify any coaches, but the tight end's pointed comments appear to be directed at second-year offensive coordinator Maurice Carthon, whose playcalling has come under fire.
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May 27, 2005 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Cleveland Browns tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. yesterday acknowledged that he will miss next season because of injuries in a May 1 motorcycle crash. Winslow tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee when he wrecked his high-powered motorcycle in a secluded parking lot near his home. ESPN.com said the Browns will invoke the "dangerous activities" clause in Winslow's contract and seek the return of a portion of the $5.05 million in bonuses he has received since signing a six-year, $40 million contract last season.
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May 24, 2012 | Associated Press
At the owners meeting in Atlanta on Tuesday, commissioner Roger Goodell briefly addressed the defamation lawsuit filed against him by New Orleans' Jonathan Vilma after he suspended the Saints linebacker for the 2012 season. Goodell said that he has "not spent a lot of time" on the lawsuit, in which Vilma contends the commissioner made false statements that tarnished Vilma's reputation and hindered his ability to earn a living playing football. "I've been around this league for 30 years, and you are going to make decisions that will not be unanimous - it just doesn't happen, particularly in a game where there is a lot of emotion, a lot of passion," Goodell said.
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May 23, 2012 | Associated Press
Kellen Winslow was told he no longer fits in Tampa Bay's plans for next season. The ninth-year pro told SiriusXM radio on Monday that first-year coach Greg Schiano was "kind of upset" that Winslow was not working out with the team this offseason, and told the tight end he will facilitate a trade to another club. Winslow had 75 receptions for 763 yards and two TDs in 2011.   Manning on target The Denver Broncos got their first look of Peyton Manning under center with a spirited, fast-paced workout, the four-time MVP's first full practice in more than 16 months.
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September 19, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
Kellen Winslow didn't let any passes slip through his hands on Sunday in Cincinnati. Yesterday, he dropped a bomb. Frustrated and confused at not being on the field during some key third-downs in a 34-17 loss to the Bengals, Winslow claimed he should have been a bigger part of Cleveland's game plan and blamed Browns coaches for a lack of imagination on offense. "Some of the coaches might be holding us back a little bit," Winslow said. "We have nothing to lose. I don't mean to try and go behind their backs or whatever, but we're 0-2, we have nothing to lose, let's go. " Winslow, who finished with four catches for 42 yards, didn't identify any coaches, but the tight end's pointed comments appear to be directed at second-year offensive coordinator Maurice Carthon, whose playcalling has come under fire.
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May 27, 2005 | Daily News Wire Services
Kellen Winslow Jr. apologized to Cleveland Browns fans for his reckless use of a motorcycle and confirmed that he will miss the upcoming season because of injuries sustained in the crash. Meanwhile, the Westlake Police obtained a surveillance tape that showed Winslow performing "wheelies" on the bike before hitting a curb at 35 mph and flying over the handlebars. Winslow tore the ACL in his right knee and suffered unspecified internal injuries on May 1 when he wrecked his high-powered motorcycle in a secluded parking lot near his home.
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May 27, 2005 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Cleveland Browns tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. yesterday acknowledged that he will miss next season because of injuries in a May 1 motorcycle crash. Winslow tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee when he wrecked his high-powered motorcycle in a secluded parking lot near his home. ESPN.com said the Browns will invoke the "dangerous activities" clause in Winslow's contract and seek the return of a portion of the $5.05 million in bonuses he has received since signing a six-year, $40 million contract last season.
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May 20, 2005 | Daily News Wire Services
Cleveland Browns tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. tore the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee when he crashed his motorcycle, two sources within the league told the Associated Press yesterday, placing his 2005 season in doubt. An injury such as Winslow's typically requires 10 to 12 months of rehabilitation. Winslow, who wrecked his high-powered bike while riding in a parking lot on May 1, will get a second medical opinion before surgery is scheduled, said the sources, who have knowledge of his injuries and spoke on the condition of anonymity.
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May 20, 2005 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
The NFL will suspend Minnesota Vikings running back Onterrio Smith for the season for violating the league's substance-abuse policy a third time, a newspaper reported. Pending an appeal, Smith will be forced to sit out the 2005 season, the Star Tribune of Minneapolis reported yesterday. Smith skipped a drug test, which qualifies as a violation under league policy, ESPN.com said. Missing a drug test is equivalent to a positive test, and Smith already had violated the league policy twice.
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September 11, 2004 | Daily News Wire Services
Kellen Winslow Jr. ended his second NFL holdout. Winslow, who missed 12 days of training camp while trying to work out a contract with the Cleveland Browns, spoke to reporters yesterday for the first time in more than 3 weeks as he prepared to make his pro debut tomorrow against Baltimore. The tight end with a Hall of Fame father has yet catch his first pass in the regular season, but he's already being tabbed for greatness. "He's the best tight end in the history of the NFL," declared tackle Ross Verba, stunning everyone within earshot.
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July 31, 2004 | Daily News Wire Services
Apparently, 80 isn't the only number Kellen Winslow Jr. is after. Winslow's agent rejected a contract offer - potentially worth at least $40 million - from the Cleveland Browns yesterday that would make him the highest-paid tight end in NFL history. Winslow, the No. 6 pick in April's NFL draft, was not on the field as the Browns opened training camp yesterday in Berea, Ohio. "I believe the most disappointed guy is Kellen for not being here from the beginning with his teammates," coach Butch Davis said.
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April 25, 2004 | By Marc Narducci INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Kellen Winslow is coming into the NFL with better credentials than his Hall of Fame father by the same name. That's according to none other than his dad, who was a dominating tight end with the San Diego Chargers. The younger Winslow was the sixth pick of the first round yesterday by the Cleveland Browns. His father was the No. 13 pick in the first round of the 1979 draft by the San Diego Chargers. "Without a doubt, he is better, and it's not even close," the elder Winslow said yesterday.
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