On Monday, former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow II was convicted of rape, indecent exposure, and lewd conduct in San Diego Superior Court, according to USA Today and AP. The jury is still deliberating on eight additional charges.
In all, Winslow faced 12 counts involving five women, all of whom testified during the trial. In addition to being found guilty of raping a 58-year-old homeless woman last year and two misdemeanors , Winslow was also found not guilty of a lewd act in public charge.
Of the remaining eight charges, six are felonies and two are misdemeanors according to Yahoo Sports' Dan Wetzel, who added that Winslow "could serve as little as eight years in prison" which could obviously change depending on the outcome of the remaining eight charges. As the AP noted, he could still face up to life in prison.