Jets tight end Kellen Winslow, who played only one game in 2012, returned with a team-high seven catches for 79 yards and one touchdown for New York in its 18-17 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday. Getting back on the field wasn't Winslow's sole motivation. Getting back at Bucs coach Greg Schiano played a role.
"I had to face my old friends and view them as enemies today and that was coach Schiano's doing," Winslow said in a phone interview Sunday. "He traded me off to Seattle, who cut me for financial reasons. I had to soak up that pain. He had to know I was coming today. It felt good to give it back to him."
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