Calm down, everyone. It turns out that Josh Freeman and Kellen Winslow aren’t really mad at each other. What, you hadn’t heard?
Here’s a rule to live by: Just because you hear something over and over, don’t assume it’s true.
In this case, I’m referring to the notion that there’s something going on between Bucs tight end Kellen Winslow and quarterback Josh Freeman.
I’m not hearing it over and over. Are you? I’m hearing that Freeman targets Winslow too often and tries to force the ball to him. I hear that Winslow isn’t supporting his teammates’ success like he should. But I don’t hear that there’s some kind of rift developing between the two.
So, let’s put an end to this here and now: It’s unequivocally false.
Oh thank God. That thing I wasn’t hearing turns out to not be true.
All this stems from an intense discussion between Winslow and Freeman during a win over the Saints two weeks ago. Winslow made reference to it after that game, saying things got “heated.” But the