Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Kellen Winslow says his rehab from offseason knee surgery is going well and that he expects to be ready for training camp next month.
The seventh-year pro joined teammates for organized team activities for the first time Monday, although he did not participate in the voluntary workout. The Bucs also plan to hold him out of next week's mandatory minicamp.
"It feels good. It's just something I deal with every day. I'm not going to let these guys down, though," Winslow said, adding that after six operations on his right knee, he's learned to cope with the pain.