Buccaneers TE Kellen Winslow Winning Over Teammates

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    Winslow received little playing time in preseason. In fact, he did not catch a single pass, but Bucs head coach Raheem Morris cautioned people against reading too much into preseason game plans. "It's never intentional," Morris said. "You just don't see a lot of Kellen, period, in a preseason game. You don't see a lot of Jerramy [Stevens], you don't see a lot of any of those guys really, except for the offensive line because they played a little bit for those quarterbacks so we could get that competition out of the way. But we see a lot of those guys at practice, we see a lot of those guys in some live stuff at our facilities, so we're looking forward to that. "You just don't game-plan in the preseason. You have one mock game plan. During the preseason, you're not going to see a dose of Kellen. You're not going to have your special plays that you would have for Kellen, your special plays that you would have for Antonio Bryant or Michael Clayton or Peanut [Clifton Smith] and all those types of things. But when you go into your normal situation, your normal game plan mode, your practice reflects it, your game plan reflects it, how it looks on your sheet reflects it, how it looks in your head, how you want to get him the ball, who you get the ball to. All that stuff will be reflected in this week's game plan." When given an opportunity to play, Winslow has proven to be a lethal threat on the football field. The former first-round pick has hauled in 219 career passes for 2,459 yards (11.2 avg.) and 11 touchdowns.

    Source: Jim Flynn, pewterreport