Cortland, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Kellen Winslow was cut during camp with the Seahawks last season, a move, he said, ended up costing him a chance to play all year. It's a move that Winslow still was upset about on Thursday at Jets training camp in Cortland.
Winslow played in just one regular season game last season, playing for the Patriots before he was released early in the season by New England.
However, he still put blame on the Seahawks organization for his difficult season a year ago.
"You know it's passed. You just don't do a vet like that," said Winslow. "You know John [Idzik] gave me a chance, to come here and do my thing, so much props to John and he knows what I can do. I'm going to do that for him."
Winslow added he has the lofty goal of 100 catches this season.
The Jets continue with practice Friday morning in preparation for Saturday's Green-White Scrimmage.