Winslow says he's happy to be back

Posted by ESPN.com's James Walker

BEREA, Ohio -- Cleveland Browns tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. met with the media Monday to answer questions for the first time since his suspension was overturned.

The overall theme was that Winslow and the Browns were ready to move forward after last week's events.

"[General manager] Mr. [Phil] Savage and I talked, [owner] Mr. [Randy] Lerner and I talked and we worked everything out," Winslow said. "They knew where I was coming from and I understood where they were coming from so it is all worked out. [I am] glad we got the win, tight ends played good, the whole team played good. Shaun Rogers is a beast and I have never seen anything like him so I am glad to be back."

The Browns (3-4) have a big division game this week against the Baltimore Ravens (4-3) with a chance to get .500 for the first time this year.