Kellen Winslow will attend the Browns' mandatory three-day minicamp that begins in Berea Tuesday. His off-season demand for a new contract led some to speculate that Winslow would hold out, especially given the history of his new agent, Drew Rosenhaus.
But Winslow's level of participation is unsure after he underwent a procedure to clean out his right knee after the Pro Bowl. Winslow originally hurt the knee in a motorcycle accident in spring, 2005.
The Browns will hold two practices Tuesday and Wednesday and one on Thursday that will cap a month of off-season training activities. Then the team will break until training camp begins, tentatively on July 23.
There may be no word until Tuesday morning on Monday's scheduled physical for center LeCharles Bentley. The former Ohio State star has been out the past two years after tearing his patellar tendon in July, 2006, and contracting a staph infection that required three more surgeries.
General manager Phil Savage will address the media at 10 a.m. Tuesday.