If I were granted access to interview a player from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers roster, it would be Kellen Winslow. Winslow has had a tumultuous pro career so far, a young career that’s already had so many peeks and valleys. He’s had incidents on and off the field that would be amazing to delve deeper into. A few questions I would ask would be as follows.
On the Field
- So far what have been the biggest differences between Cleveland's and Tampa Bay’s offense?
- What have you been working on in the offseason?
- Have you worked with either Luke McCown or Byron Leftwich? Do you have any preference for either?
- What were your first impressions of Raheem Morris?
- Is there a coach that you’ve played with that reminds you of Morris?
- Are you glad you came here now and only had to study Jeff Jagodzinski’s playbook instead of Jon Gruden's?
- There has been a lot of excitement in the changes to the playbook, is there anything that excites you?
- You’re at almost the same level as everyone else. Do you feel like the ground has been leveled since coming into a team which has had so much turnover in personnel and in coaching?
- What is the normal routine for you on game days? Do you have any traditions or superstitions?
Off the Field
- You were part of some of the last dominant teams at the University of Miami, What do you make of the University’s recent mediocrity?
- After the tragedy of Sean Taylor and the miscue of Plaxico Burress, what protection should athletes go through to ensure their safety?
- Coming from a Hall of Fame pedigree, do you feel you have something to prove when you’re on the field?
- You live in San Diego in the offseason, how does Tampa compare to San Diego?
- Which visiting city or stadium is your favorite to play at?
- Have you ever been to England? Are you excited about the trip across the pond?
- Do you think the NFL should focus more on promoting the game within the United States or should they continue focusing abroad?