“Winn With Wynn” shows a lot of Wynn’s training, but also what the 24-year-old does in his off time, including community work in his hometown of St. Petersburg, Fla.
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It’s always been bigger than me. It’s always been bigger than football. This mini doc, produced and directed by @mojiwilson, is a glimpse into my why; My Family. Through the saddest of times and best of times, we stuck together through it all. To this day, when shit hits the fan, we process those emotions. We discuss those emotions but we never bask in them. We adjust and come back stronger than we left. My family and I started #WinWithWynn amongst ourselves. It was built on uplifting one another because at some point in life, it gets rough. You won’t always be upbeat and happy. You’ll have your days when the world seems to weigh on you. But as long as you have a supportive circle, I promise you, you can make it through. With everything going on in today’s world, it’s imperative that we spread love and uplift one another. Build each other up. This is what #WinWithWynn stands for. It’s bigger than me. It’s bigger than football . #WinWithWynnWednesday
Wynn has had an up-and-down stint so far in New England due to a torn Achilles as a rookie and turf toe last season. The 2018 first-round pick out of Georgia has spent 28 of a possible 36 games on the sideline, yet has played very well when he’s been on the field.