Former NFL player sentenced to 14 years for rapes

Former NFL player Kellen Winslow II was sentenced Wednesday to 14 years in prison for multiple rapes and other sexual offenses against five women in Southern California, including one who was homeless when he attacked her in 2018. (March 3)

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- Ever since I've been raped, I couldn't lift my head or take a couple steps. I felt trapped, worried, scared. I felt like I had no rights. I couldn't live my life at all. I was very worried about my safety, and I was feeling like I need to be with someone to feel more secure.

MARC CARLOS: Every single play, he's sustaining a head injury, day after day after day. I think we broke it down just with the game time, the amount of practices. We felt that he probably had a head injury, at least, 1,000 times.

KELLEN WINSLOW II: Your honor, I've been advised by my lawyer not to speak, right now. But in the future, I do plan to tell a story.

- So it just leaves us with someone who can only be described in two words, and that is a sexual predator. And that's what Kellen Winslow II is. He's a sexual predator. He preys on vulnerable victims and is very brazen in the way he carries out his crimes. So for that, the defendant is going to get 14 years in prison.