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April 4, 2009 @ 6:13 am
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Winslow's Missing Father-In-Law Found Safe

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Jim Flynn

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Tampa Bay tight end Kellen Winslow's father-in-law went missing in Anaheim, California on Wednesday, but was found on Saturday, according to The Associated Press. Enrique Guzman, 67, suffers from Alzheimer's. In other news, former Bucs LB Cato June will sign with the Houston Texans.

Buccaneers tight end Kellen Winslow's father-in-law went missing in Anaheim, California on Wednesday, but was found on Saturday, according to The Associated Presss.

Winslow's father-in-law, Enrique Guzman, has Alzheimer's Disease. The 67-year-old man reportedly was found returning to the United States from Mexco on the border.

"It is our understanding that Mr. Guzman was returning to the United States from Mexico early this morning. While at the border crossing, he was displaying symptoms of confusion," Anaheim police Sgt. RickMartinez said in a statemen to The Associated Presst. "A computer check by United States Customs officials revealed that Mr. Guzman (and his vehicle) were listed as missing."

Winslow, who was traded to Tampa Bay in February, did not attend Tampa Bay's voluntary mini-camp practice on Thursday.

In other news, former Bucs linebacker Cato June has agree to terms on a contract with the Houston Texans, according to ProFootballtalk.com.

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