Former Pro Bowl tight end Kellen Winslow II was arrested in Encinitas, Calif. on Thursday following a call to police regarding a residential burglary, according to KUSI News.
Police were called Thursday afternoon regarding a possible burglary as a neighbor in a mobile home park saw a black male he didn’t recognize enter a home. After the person confronted the unknown individual, the man alleged got back into his black SUV and drove away. Police later stopped a vehicle with the driver, Winslow, being identified as the person that had entered the home.
Jackson won the Heisman Trophy for his play at Louisville during the 2016 season and picked up several other honors over his final two college seasons. He was an effective weapon as both a passer and a runner, although questions about how much he’d develop in the former area helped keep him from going at the top of the first round.
Jackson is behind Joe Flacco in Baltimore as he starts his professional career and the length of time he spends in the No. 2 role will be partially determined by how well the veteran does during the 2018 season. Should it look a lot like the last couple of years, Jackson’s wait may not turn out to be an extended one.
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