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Mistrial on remaining counts against ex-NFL player

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Mistrial on remaining counts against ex-NFL player

Mistrial on remaining counts against ex-NFL player

One day after finding ex-NFL tight end Kellen Winslow II guilty of raping a woman in Encinitas and exposing himself to two others, a jury Tuesday deadlocked on eight remaining charges.

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