CLEVELAND (May 17, 2005) -- Browns tight end Kellen Winslow underwent an MRI May 17 to determine how badly he injured his right knee while crashing his motorcycle on May 1.
Browns spokesman Bill Bonsiewicz said the club was still awaiting results of the procedure.
Winslow, released from the Cleveland Clinic May 10 after being hospitalized for nine days, sustained unspecified injuries when he crashed his high-powered motorcycle into a raised parking lot curb at 35 mph.
Doctors had been waiting for swelling to subside in the 21-year-old's knee before performing more tests.
The Browns have only revealed that Winslow hurt his knee and shoulder.
Winslow played in just two games as a rookie before breaking his right leg in the closing seconds of Week 2 against Dallas.
If Winslow can not play because of injuries from the accident, the Browns might try to collect part of the money they've already given him as part of his contract. Winslow's deal contained a clause that stipulated he not engage in dangerous off-field activities.