In a word: no.
Former Browns tight end Kellen Winslow, Jr. is currently looking for a new team, and the Raiders appear to be interested. However, Winslow, appearing on the NFL Network’s “NFL AM” on Monday, also said that the Browns and Panthers are interested in his services.
The Browns would like to refute that statement.
Despite what Winslow says – which is an attempt to try and drum up any sort of interest from around the league – the Browns have not contacted him and don’t appear to be doing so anytime soon.
At this point, Jordan Cameron will likely be the starting tight end moving forward.
In Winslow’s best season with the Browns (and the best season of his career), he caught 82 passes for 1,106 yards and five touchdowns. Also, that was in 2007.