Winslow Playing Through Pain in His Knee

While Browns TE Kellen Winslow is having the best season of his career, his knee is still an on-going issue and he is still having pain.  “My shoulder feels good. It feels a lot better,” Winslow said Thursday. “It’s my knee, man. It still hurts a lot.”  Winslow had microfracture surgery in January on his right knee, a procedure that is supposed to promote cartilage growth and alleviate pain.  So far, that pain is still there, and the tight end is playing despite the pain.  “It’s hard to explain,” he said. “It’s not a healthy knee, just put it that way. I just play through it.”

Winslow is currently tied with Braylon Edwards for the team lead in catches with 29, and his head coach does not seem to think that the knee is giving him much in the way of issues on gameday.  “He can still get open. He can still make plays,” Browns coach Romeo Crennel said. “I think the opponents feel like they have to defend him.”    

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