Though he was working out separately from the rest of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers squad, tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. was doing fairly well physically during the later stages of the team's OTAs. According to St. Petersburg Times beat reporter Stephen Holder, Winslow was working "without any apparent discomfort or obvious limitations in range of motion."
Winslow of course has been plagued by lingering knee issues this offseason after undergoing surgery this winter. He played in all 16 games a year ago, catching 77 passes for 884 yards and 5 TDs, but one has to wonder if he'll be able to replicate those type of numbers if his explosiveness and mobility is in any way hampered during the regular season.
For now, Bucs fans wait patiently to see how he and the rest of the roster is feeling when the team kicks off its training camp later this month.