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According to ESPN’s John Clayton, the Miami Dolphins and Oakland Raiders might show some interest in Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Kellen Winslow.
The Bucs are expected to release Winslow since they likely won’t receive any trade offers from teams around the league. But you never know, a team like the Raiders or Dolphins could offer a seventh round pick for Winslow.
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Kellen Winslow Jr. recently moved out of his $9,000 per month rental property in Rancho Santa Fe, Cali., and according to the owners of the home he left it in horrendous shape. Ahmad and Nona Zarei have filed suit against Winslow alleging $130,000 in damages to their house which came fully furnished with Persian rugs. Winslow rented the home for six months.
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The Tampa Bay area media is not known as being as hard core as some of the hardcore major media markets around the country, but this afternoon, local Tampa Bay Buccaneers beat writers were put off by the reluctance of rookie head coach Greg Schiano to answer questions surrounding the trade of TE Kellen Winslow.
In this afternoon’s meeting with the media, Greg Schiano was asked...
According to Andrew Bogusch of SiriusXM NFL Radio, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have told tight end Kelln Winslow that they are looking for a trade partner in order to get rid of him.
The Bucs have also reportedly told Winslow to not show up to OTA’s this week, per ProFootballTalk.com. He will likely not file a grievance and cooperate with the Bucs demands.
Former Cleveland Browns tight end Kellen Winslow Jr is reportedly on his way out of Tampa Bay as he told Sirius XM radio that the Buccaneers are looking to find him another home.
After several injury-plagued seasons and the desire for a new contract with the Browns, Winslow was moved by then head coach Eric Mangini for a second- and fifth-round draft selection where he subsequently...
Kellen Winslow, former Brown & current Buccaneer, is reportedly looking to take his talents elsewhere. Winslow has 3 years left on his deal with Tampa Bay, but he told a local radio station that he will not return to the team. Tampa Bay has reportedly worked out former Colt, Dallas Clark as a hedge for [...]
Tampa Bay tight end Kellen Winslow's absence from offseason team activities was more than suspicious. On Monday, he shed light on the matter, telling Sirius XM NFL Radio that the coaching staff has informed him the team is going in another direction. Winslow could be traded or released by the Buccaneers to save approximately $5.25 million of salary cap space. His receiving...
Kellen Winslow said he was informed by new head coach Greg Schiano
on Saturday the Buccaneers no longer required his services after
There’s no question that new coach Greg Schiano is changing the culture in Tampa Bay. ‘Out with the old, in with the new’ is his motto, and, in this instance, it certainly applies to the tight end position.
Per Sirius XM NFL Radio host Andrew Bogusch, Kellen Winslow was told Monday morning that he’s “not wanted” by the Buccaneers organization, and the team will help facilitate...
According to Jeff Darlington of NFL.com, free agent tight end Dallas Clark is expected to sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as early as today.
I wouldn’t be surprised if the Buccaneers release Kellen Winslow either right before or right after they sign Clark.
If Clark does sign with the Bucs, he’ll be primarily relied on to help out in the passing game and not as a blocker.
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