Updated May 22, 2012 - 4:18 pm
What's not to like about the Kellen Winslow trade?
A Tampa Bay beat writer who covered Kellen Winslow during his time with the Buccaneers describes the Seahawks' new tight end as a hard worker, competitive, accountable and someone who cares about winning and his legacy.
"He's got -- for whatever reason and I'm not sure why -- he's got this image out in the public of being a trouble maker or not being a conformist or anything like that," Roy Cummings of the Tampa Tribune told "Bob and Groz" on Tuesday.
With potential concerns about Winslow's attitude eased, Bob Stelton and Dave Grosby say in the video below that there isn't much to dislike about the trade that sends him to the Seahawks.
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