Ex-NFL player Kellen Winslow II agrees to 14-year prison sentence in rape case

SAN DIEGO — Former NFL player Kellen Winslow II agreed Friday to a change in his rape-case plea deal so he could lock in a 14-year prison sentence. Once a first-round NFL draft pick and the highest paid tight-end in the league, the 37-year-old Encinitas, Calif., resident had faced between 12 to 18 years in prison following his convictions for raping a homeless woman and charges linked to misconduct with other women. But his attorneys disputed whether the sentences for the crimes added up to 18 years. To avoid a courtroom battle over that issue, both the prosecution and defense agreed to a chan…

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