Found June 19, 2013 on NFL Trade Rumors:
PLAYERS: Kellen Winslow
Rich Cimini provides some details regarding TE Kellen Winslow‘s contract with the Jets. According to Cimini, Winslow receives a one-year deal worth $840,000, which includes no guaranteed money. In fact, Winslow didn’t even receive a signing bonus. He’ll count $555,000 against the team’s salary cap for the 2013 season. Despite having an obvious need at tight end, it makes sense that the Jets would be cautious with Winslow, considering that he’s had numerous procedures performed on his knees. While he was able to impress the Jets coaching staff during his tryout, the real test will come once the pads are put on.         The post Kellen Winslow Contract Details appeared first on NFL Trade Rumors -.
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