Kellen Winslow Is Homeless

September 1st, 2012

This is hardly Bucs news, but interesting nonetheless. Adam Schefter of BSPN is reporting that Kellen Winslow was cut by the Seattle Seahawks.

Winslow’s jettisoning reminds Joe of the Three Little Bears. In 2012, Winslow’s porridge with Greg Schiano was too hot. Pete Carroll’s porridge clearly was too soft. Maybe things will be just right for Winslow on his next team.

For now, Winslow will have plenty of time to spin records and moan about OTAs.

42 Responses to “Kellen Winslow Is Homeless”

  1. atlbuc40 Says:

    TOES ON THE COUCH, TOES ON THE COUCH….Just say’n

  2. Matt B Says:

    So funny after all the smack he talked

  3. Danny Says:

    Pete Carroll probably wasn’t going to let him take one day a week off from practice. Redskins, anyone?

  4. OptimisTroll Says:

    Seahawks have a starting rookie quarterback. We all know how good Kellen makes young QBs look.

  5. canadabuc Says:

    When you can’t practice you get cut. He was a great player but his career is over

  6. jLM Says:

    He can go play flag football with T.O. and 85….haha

  7. bucobruce Says:

    HA HA I never like him anyway

  8. The Dutcher Journal (Pete Dutcher) Says:

    Did he miss camp there as well?

  9. Macabee Says:

    As long as we keep the 7th round pick we got for him, I have no interest in Winslow as a player. Whatever, I wish him well.

  10. st. louis Bucs fan Says:

    he’ll catch on some where and ruin another QB. dont see the Redskins takin a chance on him with a rookie QB plus they have Fred Davis who could have a beast of a season. Miami seems likely since he love to spin records and party plus they could use him being that their so disfunctional right now. oh well like Tanard Jackson its not our problem. BUC IT IM OUT!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  11. FlBoy84 Says:

    Had 3 catches for 34 yards in preseason. Might as well of missed camp.

  12. Drew Says:

    LMAO at this sorry arse. Now he has all the time in the world to work on his new rap hit single “Toes on the Line”

    Toes on the line.
    Toes on the line.
    Gotta put my toes on the line.

  13. ElioT Says:

    Go pound sand Win-SLOW!!!! HAHAHA!!!

    I liked this guy until that “toes on the line” video after his release from the Bucs.

    I do no see him getting picked up by another team.

    No speed, separation or explosion any longer for pass catching and he can’t block for sh*t!

    Toes on the unemployment line.

  14. Machiavellii Says:

    Reports out of Chicago that Brian price willbe cumin the next 48 hours as well.Lol Dominic stole 2 draft picks for players who might not have a job this year and Tanard Jackson suspended too. Well done rockstar..

  15. Machiavellii Says:

    Reports out of Chicago that Brian price willbe cut in the next 48 hours as well.Lol Dominic stole 2 draft picks for players who might not have a job this year and Tanard Jackson suspended too. Well done rockstar..

  16. Dale Says:

    Since he is a self-declared soldier… Does that now make him a Homeless Vet???

  17. SilenceTheCritics Says:

    Kellen Who?

  18. TOM Says:

    LOL toe on the couch!

  19. Alan Bucs Says:

    Elio T: “Toes on the unemployment line” That’s a good one!

  20. ElioT Says:

    I always used to respect Winslow Jr’s passion for the game, but now I think it was more passion for his own ego. Acting the fool after the Bucs traded him said a lot.

    I wonder if he and Freeman still talk? Or if it’s like that former co-worker you used to be close with but once they were fired you forgot quickly and functioned better?

  21. The Dutcher Journal (Pete Dutcher) Says:

    To say he ruined our QB is idiotic…considering our qb is not ruined. He’s had ONE bad year.

  22. Mr. Patrick Says:

    @ Machiavellii

    Exactly. And that shows how bad parts of this roster was last year

  23. Miguel Grande Says:

    Why all the K2 hate.

    Looks like the black out will be lifted according to Bucsnation, they’re about 3,000 short of a sell out.

    Probably means the Bucs won’t be re-locating to Mobile, AL after all.

  24. Macabee Says:

    I’ve been trying to uncover the details of the conditional trade of Winslow to Seattle.

    Tampa Bay received a conditional 2013 draft pick in the deal, which a source told ESPN.com’s Mike Sando is a seventh-rounder that can elevate to sixth-round choice.

    I’ve not been able to get anything in writing on the conditions. However, if the terms were conditioned on making the 53-man roster as they typically are, then technically the Bucs got a 6 round pick out of the deal.

    Winslow made the 53-man roster albeit for one day. I don’t know if there is any fine print that would change the fact that conditions appear to have been met!

  25. Capt. Jean Lafitte Says:

    It’s a changing of the guard, the old loud mouth veterans are all fading away. The culture in the NFL is going through a metamorphosis. Management and Coaching staffs are no longer tolerating the antics of these self important players. I.E Jones’s ultimatum with Dez Bryant, the release of Ochocinco, Burress sitting at home, and say goodbye to Owens probably for good. Now Winslow. They upset the cohesion that coaches build for players to work as a team. They think they are the only stars on the field. These type of players are the true definition of the clinical term Narcissism.

  26. Machiavellii Says:

    I think a touch of arrogance can be found in most great players.. It’s what fuels their belief to be better and the nfl wouldn’t be what it is if every player was to keep quiet. Look at the likes of warren sapp and even to a degree cam Newton last year.

    But… They also should know when to shut up when their production declines and they then become a distraction to the rest of the team, eg Winslow, ochocinco and Owens.

    Always a fine balance I guess and good coaches and gm know when to pick and cut these players. Sometimes it works out and sometimes it doesn’t. Every year we celebrate our draft picks thinking they are great at the time and then we are the first to slam the team when they go bust, eg marc sanchez.. In the end it’s all a guessing game more hit and miss really when you run an nfl team.. Just my opinion.

  27. buxter Says:

    Ironic it is that we are quick to trash, I did say we…. ahem, the staff when they got busy cutting/trying to find the “best” Buc players.

    I don’t care if Schiano is bullying Dom, no BTW, or if the evil Butch Davis is really Dick Cheney’s illigetimate daughter hiding in drag, can we please give these guys a little slack?

    As far as the players we really do know who were flown by catapult, none has measured up on any NFL roster.

    We’ll be back, brick by brick, but it’s going to take a little time.

  28. lurker Says:

    joe said: “Maybe things will be just right for Winslow on his next team.”
    will he make it to another team? you figure carrol was the right fit being a player’s coach, and he couldn’t hang on there.

    at miguel, the hate is from special k’s idiotic video complaining about discipline.

    thomas is probably glad to not be here since many of his criticisms are proving wrong.

  29. Miracle Says:

    You might question whether we know how to sign a player but at least we know when to let them go.

    Tanard suspended indefinitely. K2 now cut. Its looking like Brian Price may not make it far with the Bears. Ruud hasn’t done anything since he left. Antonia Bryant anyone?

    At least we got somethin for Price.

  30. Capt. Jean Lafitte Says:

    @Machiavellii

    Although what you said kind of holds true for some great players, it defines them in a selfish light. There are a lot of great players who didn’t boast about themselves in front of the cameras every chance they got. I.E. Walter Payton, Reggie White, Jerry Rice, Steve Largeant, Terrell Davis and on and on. These players will always be remembered in a good way. Let me demonstrate with one word associations.

    I say Owens … you say?
    I say Ochocinco … you say?
    I say J.Rice … you say?
    I say W.Payton … you say?

    I think you get my point…:)

  31. Machiavellii Says:

    Lol yeah. I get it :-) guess you never know someone’s character until you bring them in and see how they fit I guess. What works for one team may not work for another. Then like you said there are the prima donnas that don’t work for any team lthey play in lol. Oh well let’s hope we are on to a good thing with coach schiano and support him best we can..

  32. Ali Says:

    this guy could have been one of the greatest ever, but he’s a spoiled kid who wanted to have fun. ah well…i most likely would have done the same stupid things if i was rich and famous like him.

  33. Drew Says:

    Lurker sounds a lot like T2.2. He’s back…

  34. Capt. Jean Lafitte Says:

    It’s worth noting how smart Schiano really is. When he accepted the position of Head Coach he was bombarded with questions on how he planned to change the culture and aura of the locker room differently from the last regime.

    Well, he had a plan, a premeditated plan. He must have asked himself this question, How do I weed out the cancer without alienating myself from future Buccaneer Men?

    We all know that people who are narcissists, have bad attitudes, and thuggish behavior don’t take to well to Authoritarians. They usually always rebel sooner or later.

    That was Coach Schiano’s whole premise from the beginning. He came in like Sgt. Br@ssb@lls by design and it didn’t take long for certain players to lash out or over react. And it didn’t take long for Coach to drop their @sses either.

    Just my perspective. I think he will lighten up when he has the players he refers to as Buccaneer Men. :)

  35. lurker Says:

    hey drew, suck some donkey balls.

    also, drew, is that really you? or did thomas roll over in your bed and type that?

  36. MadMax Says:

    From toes on the line to ass in the chair…welcome aboard winslow.

  37. J-villeBucs Says:

    Not going to lie K2,Clark,Williams, and V.Jax that’s a nasty recieving core!!

  38. Hawaiian Buc Says:

    You got to admit, if Dominik gets rid of you, your career is pretty much over. Have we got rid of one player that had any sort of contribution to another team. I guess you can say Matt Bryant, but kickers don’t count.

  39. Genocided Says:

    Thomas jones and Warren sapp.

  40. jb Says:

    I think this crazy Frenchman, Capt. Jean Lafitte, has the exact right take on all of this with players like Jackson & Winslow and how Schiano’s dealt with ‘em. You Go Capt.!

  41. J-villeBucs Says:

    “KICKERS ARE PEOPLE TOO!!!”

  42. BigMacAttack Says:

    Hopeless sounds better than homeless.

    He can DJ and maybe even become a mid-level Crack dealer.

 
 

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