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Rather than catching venereal diseases, Kellen Winslow needs to focus on snagging pigskins.

The offensively challenged New York Jets signed tight end Kellen Winslow to a one-year contract on Friday.

Catching 438 balls for 4,848 yards and 23 touchdowns since debuting in the NFL in 2004, the 29-year-old Winslow is now a gimpy bastard lacking the ability to spread the field.

Regardless, in comparison to Jeff Cumberland and Hayden Smith, the 2007 Pro Bowl selection is akin to Rob Gronkowski.

With a dearth of playmakers, Gang Green can rely on the 6-foot-4, 240 pound Winslow to produce as a possession receiver.

Considering Mark Sanchez’s accuracy issues and Geno Smith’s inexperience, Winslow should serve as an ideal insurance policy for New York’s passers.

Rather than focusing on unexceptional receivers Jeremy Kerley, Stephen Hill and Santonio Holmes, head coach Rex Ryan and offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg should frequently target Winslow on intermediate routes.

Employed with a beleaguered franchise off Exit 16W, Kellen Winslow has a chance to perform handsomely in the ugly swamps of Jersey this autumn.

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