The Washington Redskins, who are looking for reasons not to select Kellen Winslow, II, with the fifth overall pick in the draft given his decision to sign with the Poston brothers, found more ammo for their likely decision to shy away from the former Miami Hurricane earlier this week.
A league source tells us that Winslow's visit to the Redskins was a major disappointment.
Winslow, per the source, was late for meetings -- including his meeting with head coach Joe Gibbs. We're told that Winslow otherwise was unimpressive in his sessions with the powers-that-be.
This development will do little to prompt the Redskins to overlook Winslow's choice of the Postons as his agents. The Postons are on the outs with the 'Skins given their allegations that the team scuh-rewed linebacker LaVar Arrington out of $6.5 million in his December 2003 contract extension.