WPB Dawg Fan Posted December 1, 2008 Report Share Posted December 1, 2008 It sounds like Winslow may be done for the season: Cleveland Browns tight end Kellen Winslow injures left ankle, will undergo MRI Monday Monday, December 01, 2008 Mary Kay Cabot Plain Dealer Reporter Browns tight end Kellen Winslow suffered a left ankle injury on the first play of the second half and didn't return. He left the locker room in a walking boot. He will undergo an MRI scan today to determine the extent of the damage. After the game, Winslow was limping badly around his locker area and had crutches available. He walked out in the boot instead, and receiver Donté Stallworth walked with him to make sure he was OK. "You guys will know soon enough," said Winslow. Winslow caught three passes for 15 yards in the first half. With fellow tight end Darnell Dinkins already inactive with a high ankle sprain, rookie Martin Rucker saw his first action of the season and caught a 9-yard pass over the middle in the fourth quarter for a first down. Rucker had been inactive for all but one of the previous 11 games. Though active, he did not play against Jacksonville. Now it appears the rookie will get a chance to show what he can do in the final four games. Winslow usually says something to the effect "don't worry, I will be there"....not "you will know soon enough". That to me sounds like his season is over....or at least that HE expects it to be. Add in the fact we are now down to Dorsey at QB and he may not be pushing to get back any time soon. Just another reason for us to think about trading him this off-season. He has been a good (to great) player, and tough as nails...but he is also ALWAYS injured and will likely start his decline in the very near future. He will likely garner us more in a trade this off-season than at any point in the future....so gotta say he is gone. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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