Kellen Winslow II arrested for sex crimes

Former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow II’s legal troubles are getting deeper.

Winslow was arrested by San Diego Sheriff’s Department on Thursday and is facing a long list of sex crime charges. Winslow is being charged with two counts of kidnapping with intent to commit rape, two counts of forcible rape and two counts of residential burglary. He also faces charges of sodomy, forcible oral copulation and indecent exposure.

He is scheduled for arraignment on Friday.

Wilkins, who doesn’t call herself a feminist, said she is pursuing justice for other women who will be part of that legacy one day.

According to Alex Marvez of SiriusXM NFL Radio, the Eagles have parted ways with Dr. Peter DeLuca (their head team physician) and Dr. Gary Dorshimer (team internist). No reason was given for the move, but both doctors had been with the team since the Andy Reid years.

They’ve also named a new head athletic trainer.

The team announced that Titans assistant athletic trainer Jerome Reid has been hired. Reid had been with the Titans the past four seasons.

He replaces longtime athletic trainer Chris Peduzzi, who stepped away earlier this offseason after 19 years with the Eagles.

On a conference call to promote ESPN’s draft coverage, Bobby Marks, a former Nets executive, said too much attention is paid to individual workouts and favoring 18-year-olds over 21-year-olds. Marks’ contention is going with the more proven commodity even if two years older is fine. Bridges, a redshirt junior, was at Villanova for four years.