In 2004 Kellen Winslow Jr. was on top of the world, ready for a long and productive NFL career as one of the top tight ends in the game.
15 years later, Winslow could be spending some significant time behind bars.
Monday a jury found Winslow guilty on one count of forcible rape, one count of indecent exposure and one count of lewd conduct.
The former Browns tight end pleaded not guilty to 12 counts.
The jury returned to deliberate on the remaining charges.
The trial involving Winslow began on May 20th. He is accused of raping three women and exposing himself or exhibiting lewd conduct to two others.
All five women, including a homeless female, a hitchhiker and an immigrant who speaks limited English, testified during the trial.
Winslow played four seasons with the Browns from 2004 to 2008, catching 219 passes for 2459 yards and 11 scores.
He played nine seasons in the league before retiring.