Jameis Winston Says He’s Now Capable Of Reading License Plates And Street Signs After LASIK Eye Surgery

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Quarterback Jameis Winston is apparently finally capable of seeing the most basic things on the road after eye surgery.

According to Greg Auman, Winston opened up about what changed after getting LASIK eye surgery, and the new Saints quarterback said he can finally read license plates, street signs and has more depth perception. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

You can read his full quote below.

The fact Jameis Winston won the Heisman, was the first pick in the NFL draft, started several years for the Buccaneers and couldn’t apparently read license plates is amazing.

Throwing 30 interceptions last season gets funnier and funnier with every passing day. It’s also starting to make a hell of a lot more sense why he couldn’t see defenders.

How was Winston supposed to see where the safety was moving to if he couldn’t even read a street sign?


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It’d be awesome if Winston just comes out of nowhere to light the league on fire after a year backing up Drew Brees with the New Orleans Saints.

If his eyes were truly the problem, then I hope he just balls out. The “30 for 30” on LASIK saving his career would be awesome.


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If you’re not enjoying the Jameis Winston show, then you’re just not a fun person. Every second of this is awesome, and I can’t wait to see where we go from here.