Meet Janelle Winslow, she is the wife of NFL player Kellen Winslow Jr. who currently plays for the Tampa bay Buccaneers. She married Kellen back on June 15, 2006. The couple first met in middle school. Janelle is Kellen’s childhood sweetheart. When the couple finally decided to get married they didn’t tell anyone about their wedding plans. All together they had asked 20 family members and friends to join them for a get together on this special weekend. When their loved ones arrived, they surprised them with the news. Janelle and Kellen Winslow were holding the wedding services at their suburban home in Cleveland. Check out this video below of Janelle and Kellen on this sports television show.
Kellen played college football at the University of Miami. Winslow received national attention following a 2003 University of Miami loss to the University of Tennessee Volunteers. During a sweep play for Miami wide receiver/cornerback Devin Hester, Winslow blocked two Volunteers, effectively taking both defenders out of the play. Following the block, Winslow stood over both players and taunted injured Tennessee defensive back Corey Campbell. When questioned during the media session following the game, Winslow admitted that he had known Campbell was injured but did not care. Here is what Kellen told the media following the game. Peep the video below!
Kellen was drafted by the Cleveland Browns sixth overall in the 2004 NFL Draft, and then traded to the Tampa Bay Bucaneers this year. The Buccaneers signed Kellen Winslow to a six-year contract with a maximum value of $42 million.