Over the past few years, the Cleveland Browns have had three playmakers in their locker room who were all former Pro Bowlers in running back Jamal Lewis, wide receiver Braylon Edwards, and tight end Kellen Winslow. What many Browns fans also knew is that these three players often played the role of crybaby or rat, by either talking the to media and telling them something they shouldn't have said or whining about something. Winslow was traded almost immediately, after coach Eric Mangini was hired, to Tampa Bay for draft picks. He did a little bit of everything when it came to talking to the media and crying. Even though any fan can give him compassion for the Browns telling him to hide his staph infection in 2008, which was just wrong, he still felt the need to rat out upper management whe ...
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