Tampa Bay just completed a trade for tight end Kellen Winslow, sending undisclosed draft picks to Cleveland in the deal.
“The Cleveland Browns thank Kellen for his contributions to this organization over the past five years,” said Browns general manager George Kokinis. “We appreciate his passion for the game and wish him success in Tampa Bay. The draft picks we have obtained through this deal will give us greater flexibility as we look to infuse more talent and create competition and depth on this football team.”
The Buccaneers, who cut five players this week, needed to create a stir. Bringing in Winslow will create some excitement in Tampa Bay.
Now the Browns have to make a decision on wide receiver Braylon Edwards, who also wanted a new contract. Now the Browns must decide whether to extend Edwards’ contract or trade him.