BEREA, Ohio (AP) -Pro Bowl tight end Kellen Winslow returned to the Cleveland Browns following a one-game ban and said he's ``ready to move on and play football.''
The Browns suspended Winslow last week for criticizing the team's handling of his hospitalization for a staph infection. Winslow appealed the suspension, which was rescinded by the team late Saturday night. Still, Winslow sat out Cleveland's 23-17 win at Jacksonville on Sunday - the Browns' second win without him this season.
Winslow said he spoke with general manager Phil Savage and the two have worked through their differences.

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