BEREA, Ohio (AP) -Despite a disappointing season and an ugly dispute with Cleveland's front office, Kellen Winslow wants to stay with the Browns.
Winslow will miss Monday night's game in Philadelphia with a badly sprained left ankle, and the oft-injured tight end isn't sure if he'll return to the field this season. Earlier this season, he was briefly suspended by the Browns for making disparaging remarks about the organization following his hospitalization with a staph infection, but Winslow hopes to remain with the club.
Winslow missed two games with the staph infection and has just 43 catches after making 82 as a Pro Bowler last season.

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