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TE Winslow Says He’s Very Content In Tampa Bay

While he waits for the owners and the players’ professinal trade association to settle their dispute, Buccaneers TE Kellen Winslow told Pro Football Weekly he prepared financially for the lockout and is working to stay in shape. Coming off two relatively healthy and productive seasons, Winslow, who is heading into his third season with the Bucs since being traded from the Browns, said this is the happiest he’s been in his professional career.

“I mean, I had a great time in Cleveland,” he said. “Had a great time with my teammates. We didn’t win too much, but had some good relationships in Cleveland. Just overall happy — I’d have to say yeah. Everything is in the right position. Warm weather, great coach, no drama.”

The 27-year-old has undergone several surgeries on his right knee since he was involved in a motorcycle accident in ’05 and his practice time in training camp and during the season has been limited by head coach Raheem Morris to give him time to rest and recover. Winslow, who is heading into his eighth season, has led Tampa Bay in receptions in each of the past two seasons, making 77 catches in ’09 and 66 in ’10.

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