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After trading Kellen Winslow for a 7th round pick to the Seahawks, the Buccaneers signed Dallas Clark to play the role they thought Kellen Winslow was too expensive to play. They will be using Clark as solely a pass catcher behind new starter Luke Stocker, a 2011 4th round pick. However, they will be paying Clark 2.7 million this season. Winslow would have only made 3.3 million. Is Kellen Winslow only .6 million dollars better than Dallas Clark? Apparently the Buccaneers think so.
Winslow is one of the toughest players in the league, hasn’t missed a game in 3 years, and has been one of the league’s most productive tight ends over that time period. Clark looked done last season and couldn’t find a taker until mid-May. I don’t get this sequence of moves at all by the Buccaneers’ new regime.
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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.
According to the claim...
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...
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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in the midst of a transition at the tight end position. After reportedly telling current tight end Kellen Winslow he will be traded or released, the Bucs have now set their sights on...
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...
With the Saints roster mostly set and training camp around the corner, I thought I'd identify 5 available free agents that would greatly help the team's depth at a somewhat affordable price. For what it's worth, Dallas Clark was on this list until he signed with the Buccaneers earlier this week.
1. Drew Coleman, CB - Coleman has played for the Jags and Jets, and...
Kellen Winslow said he was informed by new head coach Greg Schiano
on Saturday the Buccaneers no longer required his services after
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Even though the NHL playoffs is taking up a lot of attention along with the NBA postseason and the beginning of the MLB season, action in the NFL is heating up as OTAs, or Organized Team Activities as they are formally known, are taking place and the Seattle Seahawks are starting to look like well see in when camp starts up. The Seahawks made a trade to pick up tight end Kellen...