Winslow needs to play 35 percent of team's snaps
Kellen Winslow Jr.'s broken leg could cost him a $5.3675 million one-time roster bonus.
Under terms of his six-year, $40 million contract with the Browns, Winslow gambled he would achieve one of 10 supposed easily achievable performance incentives. Those standards ranged from having 41 catches or 801 yards receiving or the simplest standard -- playing time.
All Winslow had to do was participate in 35 percent of the Browns' offensive plays and he qualified for two sets of bonuses that ...
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