Friday Oct. 17, 2008
BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Cleveland Browns tight end Kellen Winslow is
back at practice. Winslow won't reveal what caused him to spend three nights at the Cleveland Clinic last week. He says it was the team's decision not to disclose the nature of the illness, and that he agrees with it.
Winslow missed Monday night's win over the New York Giants. The
Pro Bowler may play in Sunday's game against Washington. He worked
with the first-team offense Friday during the portion of practice
open to the media.
Winslow's pro career has been slowed by numerous injuries. He
has undergone at least four surgeries on his right knee, which was
seriously injured when he crashed his motorcycle in 2005.
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