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At 90 percent, still best tight end in league, 3rd-year Browns player says
Updated: 1:37 p.m. PT July 31, 2006
BEREA, Ohio - Kellen Winslow’s serious leg injuries and nearly two years of watching from the sideline robbed him of speed and perhaps a touch of talent.
There isn’t an ounce of bravado missing, though.
Cleveland’s gifted receiver still believes there is no one quite like him.
“I hate to be brash,” Winslow said with a smile. “But I think my 90 percent is still better than every tight end out there.”
Relaxed, mature and eager to get back on the field for the Browns, Winslow spoke openly and candidly on Monday about his comeback from a 2005 motorcycle accident that nearly ended his promising NFL career.