ThereÆs no question the Browns may have the worst offense in the league. á However, their two biggest weapons from two years ago arenÆt helping their new teams win either. á The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are 0-6, the New York Jets are 0-2 since trading for Braylon Edwards. á Two moves that Eric Mangini have made look to be the correct ones. When he first decided to trade tight end Kellen Winslow to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, I was very upset. He was one of the few players the Browns had who wore his emotions on his sleeve and played when in obvious pain. á However, WinslowÆs emotions got the worst out of him as well and the BrownsÆ front office saw that. They also saw his desire for a new contract, which Tampa Bay inexplicably gave him. That contract included $36 million deal with $20 mi ...
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