Winslow says Seattle is a perfect fit

Kellen WinslowNew Seattle Seahawks tight end Kellen Winslow has had time to do little other than unpack his bags in Seattle, but he says that after meeting briefly with head coach Pete Carroll, he knows he’s on the right team.

“It’s been great,” Winslow said on ESPN’s NFL 32. “It’s a perfect fit. Coach Carroll is upbeat, he’s energetic, so it’s going to be perfect. I’m looking forward to working with he whole team, Matt Flynn, Zach Miller, just being a piece of the puzzle.”  Read More…

Seahawks act quickly, grab Winslow

Kellen WinslowThe Seattle Seahawks acted quickly and traded for Kellen Winslow of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

The same day that Kellen Winslow announced he was on the trading block, the former Pro Bowl tight end was dealt from the Buccaneers to the Seahawks. In exchange, Tampa Bay received a 2013 conditional draft pick. The pick is reportedly a seventh-rounder that can elevate to a sixth-round pick.

Winslow announced on Sirius XM radio on Monday morning that new Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano told him he was no longer in the team’s long-term plans. Later in the evening, the team dealt him to Seattle. Read more here…


Kellen Winslow on the trading block in Tampa

Kellen Winslow

Kellen Winslow is on the way out in Tampa Bay.
Winslow, who has played tight end for the Buccaneers for the last three seasons, said today on Sirius XM NFL Radio that the Bucs have told him they don’t want him and will help him find the right team to trade him to.
If the Bucs can’t find a trading partner, they’ll likely release him.