Winfield attending voluntary workouts to help new faces in the secondary

Antoine Winfield hasn't been a regular at voluntary workouts in the past, but this season he's showing up to get acclimated with a secondary full of new faces. "My door is open. My phone is available. They call me, I will help them with anything," Winfield said.
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Antoine Winfield hasn't been a regular at voluntary workouts in the past, but this season he's showing up to get acclimated with a secondary full of new faces. "My door is open. My phone is available. They call me, I will help them with anything," Winfield said.

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