The Jets signed Winslow, who was the sixth overall selection in the 2004 draft, to a one-year contract after he showed flashes of his potential during the team's minicamp this week.
"I feel like it would be a great spot," said Winslow, who turns 30 in July, of sticking with the Jets. "I like it here. I like the team, I like the teammates. Hopefully, I can stay."
It was nearly a decade ago when he was drafted by the Browns after a stellar college career at Miami. After breaking his leg two games into his rookie season and then tearing a knee ligament before his second season, he had a breakout third season with 89 receptions for 875 yards and three touchdowns in 16 games.
Winslow, 6-foot-4 and 255 pounds, hasn't played a full season since that stellar 2006 season, playing one game as the third wheel at tight end for the
The Jets brought him to minicamp and have liked what they have seen.
“He's still a very athletic guy,” Jets Coach