Found March 25, 2013 on The Victory Formation:
Kellen Winslow Jr. has always had a bit of an ego on him. After all, he’s a soldier. He even once said that he was better than other tight ends in the league when playing at 90%. But a promising career as top flight tight end in the NFL really never materialized. He had a couple of really nice seasons after battling injuries his first couple of years in the league, but he never was quite the same after a staph infection ended his 2008 season, and his career with the Cleveland Browns. He had a somewhat decent bounceback year with the Bucs in 2009, but never reached the big numbers of his best seasons with the Browns. After bouncing around a bit, including an extremely short stint with the Patriots, Winslow is trying to sell himself to teams he claims to be interested parties. Like the Browns. Winslow told NFL AM (via Pro Football Talk), that the Browns are interested in bringing him back to the place his career started, but apparently, nobody told the Browns this. Via the Cleveland Plain Dealer: Despite what former Browns tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. said today on NFL Network, the Browns are [...]

NY Post calls Scott Fujita ‘retired and openly gay linebacker’

Earlier today, the United States Supreme Court dealt with the question of whether California’s ban on same-sex marriage violates the Constitution. In the lead up to it, NFL players, like free agent Scott Fujita, have not only been campaigning for equal-marriage rights, but for a safe atmosphere for gay players to feel comfortable with being in with everyone knowing their sexual...

NFL Free Agency: Kellen Winslow claims Browns are “interested”

Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk found this interesting nugget on former Brown Kellen Winslow II- “Free agent tight end Kellen Winslow says his career is definitely not over, and he already knows there are teams interested in him for the 2013 season. Winslow said on NFL AM that Browns coach Rob Chudzinski, who coached him at the University of Miami, is interested in bringing...

Running back Jeff Demps' future as a Patriot is highly unlikely

Patriots’ running back Jeff Demps is a track and field guy who plays football and Bill Belichick isn’t much into that at all. Belichick has always stated he wants players that football is important to them. So when Demps spoke on Sports Talk Florida stating he wanted to do both, but track is his top priority, he sealed his fate in New England. Playing professional football part...

Olympian Jeff Demps Threatens to Leave New England

The Patriots set out last season to improve the return game by signing track and field runner Jeff Demps, but Demps’ future in a Patriot uniform seems to be running out. Demps, who was a guest on Sports Talk Florida, made it quite clear that he was willing to leave the Patriots if the team and Belichick didn’t meet his demands. Just what are his demands? Demps wants to participate...

Sebastian Vollmer’s contract is worth up to $27 million

The New England Patriots locked up offensive lineman Sebastian Vollmer to a multi-year contract. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Vollmer’s contract is for four years and is worth up to $27 million.  He’ll earn $8.25 million during the first year of the contract. I think Vollmer got a pretty fair deal for a right tackle.  Especially when you compare his contract...

Sebastian Vollmer deal hasn't been done yet

So, news had come out that Free Agent Right Tackle Sebastian Vollmer had signed with the New England Patriots. Which was brilliant. However, now it would appear that nothing has been agreed to, according to the Boston Globe: Though it is likely to happen eventually, a league source said Sunday that there was no deal done yet between the Patriots and free agent offensive tackle...

Browns, Panthers & Raiders Have Interest In TE Kellen Winslow

Free agent TE Kellen Winslow joined NFL AM on Monday and mentioned that the Browns, Panthers and Raiders have all shown interest in him. “I’ve heard from the Raiders, the Panthers, the Browns — with coach [Rob] Chudzinski up there,” Winslow said, via Pro Football Talk. “I think I could fit in anywhere, though. I’m a mismatch. I’m basically a basketball player playing...

Sebastian Vollmer Agrees To Four-Year Deal with Patriots

Field Yates of ESPN Boston reports that the Patriots have agreed to a four-year deal with right tackle Sebastian Vollmer.Fantasy Spin:Vollmer was an All-Pro selection for the Pats in 2010. His presence on the offensive line should comfort Tom Brady quite a bit. New England drafted Vollmer as a second-round pick from the University of Houston back in 2009.

Darren Sharper: Patriots window of opportunity "slammed shut"

Eight years, one month and 19 days later, the Patriots have yet to win another Super Bowl.... but who's counting, right? The last Super Bowl that the Pats did win was Super Bowl XXXIX... this upcoming Super Bowl will be XLVIII. They've certainly come close to winning others; they have made the Super Bowl another two times and reached the AFC Championship game 4 additional...

Browns sign DB Kevin Barnes to 1-year deal

CLEVELAND (AP) -- The Cleveland Browns signed defensive back Kevin Barnes to a one-year contract. Barnes has played in 31 career NFL games for Washington and Detroit. He was drafted by the Redskins in the third round in 2009 and played in 15 games. In 2011, he recorded a career-high 26 tackles and two interceptions in 15 games. He was traded to the Lions last year and played in two...
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