Browns not worried about Kellen Winslow

Browns not concerned about outspoken tight end Aaron Wilson

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One day after New York Jets tight end Kellen Winslow boldly stated the Cleveland Browns can't cover him, Browns middle linebacker D'Qwell Jackson responded.

“He doesn’t play a whole lot so he’s not gonna be much of a threat for us,” Jackson told the Cleveland Plain Dealer. “It’s gonna be a fun game. Both teams, we want to win the game and K-2, he likes to talk. We understand that, but in all seriousness, the guys who are gonna be on the field, we worry about those guys.”

Winslow is known for his outspoken nature.

“It’s no secret K-2 likes to run his mouth a lot and I’m happy he’s with a team and he’s doing well but we’ve game planned towards the guys who are going to be on the field,” Jackson said. “He doesn’t play a whole lot so I’m not going to get caught up in a guy that’s watching the game for most of the time that his offense is out there on the field so I’m not worried about K-2.

That’s the type of personality that he is. Him and I are good friends and I knew something was gonna come out this week from him at some point so I’m sure I’ll see him during out pregame warm ups and we’ll talk but I’m used to K-2 and his ways.”

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun

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