Winslow will be limited this off-season after knee scope
The Bucs plan to limit the off-season workload for tight end Kellen Winslow as he recovers from a fifth surgery on his right knee.
The minor arthroscopic procedure was necessary to repair some scar tissue from previous surgeries and should not prevent him from participating in training camp, according to general manager Mark Dominik. Winslow is not participating in voluntary workouts this week.
Bucs guard Davin Joseph also will miss several Organized Team Activities recovering from arthroscopic knee surgery.
"Like Davin and dozens of players throughout the league, Kellen did have a procedure on his knee to clean up some things,'' Dominik said. "In light of the fact that he is an established veteran, we plan to limit him during the OTA's and off-season work.''