After a much needed win on Sunday in Jacksonville, the business of being a football team again took center stage Monday in Berea, as tight end Kellen Winslow returned after his one game suspension for not saying nice things to the team.
“Kellen Winslow is back in the building, he’s back with us, I’m glad to have him back and I think he’s glad to be back,” head coach Romeo Crennel said. “We’re going to work Kellen in and I’ll say this: Don’t be surprised if Kellen is the starter (this weekend). I’m not saying he’s the starter, but don’t be surprised if he’s the starter.”
The Browns are 2-0 without Winslow, but don’t kid yourself, they are a better team with the former first-round pick then without him. Now the big question will be – can he behave and keep his mouth and feelings about the team in check?
There has to be some hard feelings still between the team and Winslow, but if the team wants to move on from this incident and get better, all sides had better make up and behave. Right now he has just 21 catches for 187 yards in five games this year. If the Browns want to make a serious run for a playoff birth, the Winslow saga had better be put to rest – and now.
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