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After making it through two complete seasons in '06 and '07, Winslow's luck zoomed away, and he missed six games with a staph infection and a high-ankle sprain in '08.
Amazingly, Winslow will turn 26 in July (it seems like he's been saying dumb stuff to reporters for much longer than that), and, this year, he takes his high-maintenance act to Tampa, a team with a new coach and without a big league quarterback.
When he's on the field, he's good; he has averaged almost exactly five catches per game in his career. But he also has had knee surgery every year since his rookie campaign.
Winslow probably should be drafted as a fantasy starter, but realize that even the Bucs are hedging—they're keeping Jerramy Stevens around in case the new guy gets hurt. If you draft Winslow, you'd be wise to get a solid backup.