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    Former Cleveland Browns first-round draft pick Kellen Winslow , Jr. pled guilty Monday in San Diego, Calif. to raping an unconscious 17-year old female in 2003, plus a guilty admission to sexual battery of a 54-year old homeless woman in 2018 as reported by USA Today. Winslow, Jr. was facing six felony charges and reached a plea deal with prosecutors. Originally, he was charged with 12 offenses of which seven were felonies. If convicted of all counts he was facing life in prison. The plea deal was struck after the jury was already selected and were actually seated in the courtroom with testimony set to begin. The guilty plea deal came as a complete surprise to everyone involved in the case as it was expected to be a lengthy trial. Winslow Jr.’s sentencing will be in February. It is estimated he will receive between 12-18 years total. After the plea deal was confirmed, Winslow, Jr. told presiding judge Blaine Bowman: His original charges spanned a wide array of time periods. He was charged with felonies of sexual assault on the same homeless woman twice as two counts of forcible rape, plus first-degree burglary, two counts of kidnapping with intent to commit rape, one count of forcible oral copulation, one count of forcible sodomy, one count of indecent exposure and two counts of residential burglary. In addition, he had misdemeanor charges of elder abuse, battery of an elderly person, and lewd conduct. Present in the courtroom was Winslow Darren Fells Jersey , Jr.’s father who was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1995. It was also reported that Senior had a confrontation with the prosecutor, Dan Owens, and told him loudly “Do not look over here” during the proceedings. A court bailiff was then summoned to which he removed Senior from the courtroom. Tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. (Miami) smiles after he was selected sixth overall by the Cleveland Browns at the 2004 NFL Draft on April 24, 2004 at Madison Square Garden in New York City.Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty ImagesIn 2004, Winslow, Jr. was a highly-touted tight end out of the University of Miami and was the Browns number one draft pick to which he proclaimed he was “The Chosen One.” His first two seasons in Cleveland was a wash as Winslow, Jr. broke his right fibula his rookie year and then had a motorcycle wreck that eliminated his entire sophomore season. He rebounded with his best season in 2007 where he gained 1,106 yards on 82 receptions, five TDs and made the Pro Bowl. The following year he dipped to 43 catches for 428 yards and a mere three TDs. He was traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for a second and fifth-round draft pick and then signed a six-year $36 million contract. He led the Bucs in receiving for three seasons. Even though he was productive, the club felt his salary did not match his production and then was traded again, this time to the Seattle Seahawks. The Seahawks attempted to sign him for less money and when he declined, he was waived a week before the 2012 opening game. The New England Patriots picked him, but after one game he was released. The New York Jets signed him the following year, however, after playing in three games he was suspended for four game for violating the league’s PED program and later released after he was arrested for possession of synthetic marijuana.After sitting out two seasons T. J. Carrie Color Rush Jersey , he had a workout with the Green Bay Packers but was not signed. He later played in the developmental Spring League in 2017 and was invited back to the 2018 Spring League, but did not play. Winslow, Jr. has reportedly made $43 million during his NFL career. The problem for him, is whatever is left over he won’t be spending anytime soon. Talk of the Browns’ interest in Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy continues.Steve Doerschuk of the reports that the Browns “remain quite interested” in McCoy, who has not been participating in voluntary offseason work in Tampa amid talk that he and the team are preparing to go their separate ways.A big stumbling block, however, is in the report’s reference to “money issues that have a chance to be resolved.”Typically, resolving money issues means the player agreeing to take a pay cut. McCoy is due a $13 million base salary this season, and although the Browns have enough cap space to take that on, they may not view him as worth that kind of money.However, it’s easy to see why McCoy might take issue with any suggestion that he should take a pay cut to facilitate a trade. He might rather tell the Bucs that if they’re not willing to pay him his $13 million salary, they need to release him and let him shop himself to the highest bidder.The Bucs don’t have to pay McCoy anything until the regular season starts, so they’re in no hurry to get a trade done. So it may be a while before this situation has any resolution.


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