Ex-NFL & Miami Hurricanes Player Kellen Winslow Jr. Convicted Of RapeFormer Miami Hurricanes and NFL player Kellen Winslow Jr. has been convicted of raping a 58-year-old homeless woman last year.
Former UM Tight End Kellen Winslow Jr. Arrested On Rape ChargesFormer University of Miami and NFL tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. has been arrested on charges of rape and other sex crimes on the day he was to appear in court on an unrelated burglary charge.
Hurricanes Sports Hall Of Fame Announces 2016 InducteesThe University of Miami has announced it’s 2016 class of inductees for the university Sports Hall of Fame.
Accusation Of Winslow Masturbating In Car Led To Drug ArrestNew York Jets tight end Kellen Winslow, Jr. will likely be hearing from the National Football League office in the coming days.
Jets Vs. Dolphins 2013 NFL Week 17 Injury ReportsFighting for their NFL playoff lives, the Miami Dolphins welcome a hobbled New York Jets team with 15 players on its mid-Week 17 injury report.
Dolphins Vs Jets 2013 NFL Injury Reports Detail 25 BodiesWith so much on the line, "Bitten by the injury bug" would best describe the combined 25 players detailed in the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets NFL Week 13 injury reports leading up to their Sunday afternoon showdown at MetLife Stadium.
Dolphins Vs. Jets 2013: NFL Rivals Fight For Final Playoff Spot In Week 13Longtime AFC East foes collide for the first time in the 2013 NFL season, as the Miami Dolphins and New York Jets renew their bitter rivalry in a Week 13 game with huge implications in the AFC playoff picture.
Winslow A Man Without A TeamKellen Winslow II was a dominant tight end at the University of Miami and wound up being picked with the sixth pick in the 2004 NFL Draft. But since then, the man who once described himself as “a soldier” has played for five NFL teams and after being released by the New England Patriots is now unemployed in 2012.
Bucs Trying To Re-Sign Davin JosephThe Tampa Bay Buccaneers have opened camp with most of their rookies signed and the team focused on signing at least one of the team’s free agents.