2015 NFL Draft: Cleveland Browns 1st Round Picks from 1999 to 2007

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2004: TE Kellen Winslow II (6th overall)

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After two years of absence from the top-10 in the draft, the Cleveland Browns selected Kellen Winslow II sixth overall in 2004. He played college football at the University of Miami and spent five seasons with the Browns.

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Winslow had a rough start into his pro career. In the second game of his rookie season Winslow suffered a broken fibula, which ended the season for him very early. After two surgeries, he was able to fully recover from his injury. However, in May 2005, Winslow had a motorcycle accident in which he injured his right knee. The Browns placed him on the “Physically Unable-To-Perform” list for the 2005 season.

Therefore, Winslow’s career really just started two years after the draft. In the 2006 season, he started all 16 games for the Browns, making 89 receptions for 875 yards and three touchdowns. The following season, Winslow appeared in all 16 games again, 14 of which were starts. He was able to record a career-high 1,106 receiving yards that season. It was the only time he was able to break the 1,000-yard-mark.

After another season with the Browns, Winslow was traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, where he broke several franchise records. He spent three seasons in Tampa Bay, before finishing his career with single-season stops with the  Patriots and Jets.

Next: 2005: WR Baylon Edwards