Bleacher Report "In an interview with Tyler Maland of the Concussion Legacy Foundation, Cincinnati Bengals offensive tackle Eric Winston revealed he'll donate his brain to concussion research upon his death. Winston explained the reasoning behind his decision: "Ultimately, I want to be a part of that process..." February 01
ESPN "Virtually everything you've read about Cincinnati Bengals second-round draft pick Jake Fisher for the past two months probably has you thinking the team's future at offensive tackle is in good hands. Coaches have praised his athleticism and versatility. Teammates have lauded his competitive..." June 29
Pro Football Talk "Shortly after he was elected president of the players’ union, Eric Winston made clear that he’ll never accept an 18-game season. Asked about expanding the schedule from 16 games to 18 games, Winston said that isn’t even something the NFL Players Association is willing to entertain. “I can..." March 20
Arizona Republic "The Cardinals are on the verge of signing offensive tackle Eric Winston according to multiple reports. That interest could be for several reasons: a.) coaches are unhappy with their current starting tackles Levi Brown and/or Bobby Massie; b.) coaches want more competition in camp. Brown is the..." July 25
Cardinals and former Chiefs OT Eric Winston now have reached agreement on a one-year deal that will be signed today.
Arizona Republic "The Cardinals have reached agreement on a 1-year contract with offensive right tackle Eric Winston who will compete for a starting job. Winston 29 started for the Chiefs last season after spending his first six years in the NFL with the Texans. Both teams released Winston primarily for..." July 25
Cowboys now in talks to sign former Chiefs OT Eric Winston.
San Diego Union-Tribune "Eric Winston visited the Chargers nearly three weeks ago. Since then, there have been changes on the offensive line. Two guards were signed. One 6-foot-9 tackle was added. Another 6-foot-9 tackle was released. As for the team's interest in Winston, that hasn't changed — not one..." March 28
San Diego Union-Tribune "The Chargers had a visitor last weekend. Eric Winston met with the team, a source confirmed Monday night. The former Chiefs tackle was released last week and projects as a potential replacement to Jeromey Clary on the right side. Free agency doesn't start until Tuesday at 1 p.m., but because..." March 12
Chiefs released OT Eric Winston tonight.