Kellen Winslow pleads not guilty in synthetic marijuana case

Aaron Wilson
National Football Post

New ork Jets tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. entered a not guilty plea through his lawyers in his synthetic marijuana possession case, according to

Winslow was arrested in November after a woman accused him of masturbating in his vehicle.

That allegation didn't draw a charge and Winslow's publicist issued a statement saying he was changing his clothes.

However, police said they found synthetic marijuana in his car.

Winslow's next court date is March 13. He's required to attend.

An unrestricted free agent, Winslow isn't expected to return to the Jets next season.

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Aaron Wilson covers the Ravens for The Baltimore Sun.

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