Kellen Winslow Jr. is still bitter about how his tenure with the Seahawks ended last year. But he absolved one of Seattle’s old executives — John Idzik now the Jets general manager.

“That wasn’t him at all” Winslow said yesterday. “There was another GM there [John Schneider]. ... John gave me a chance to come here and do my thing.

“Much props to John and he knows what I can do and I’m going to do it for him.”

Winslow is Idzik’s new tight end signing with the Jets in June and preparing to replace Dustin Keller. Winslow who turned 30 last week ranks as one of the roster’s most intriguing players. He was the sixth overall pick in the 2004 NFL Draft he’s a former Pro Bowler and he has caught at least 75 passes fn a season four times.

Winslow however is coming off a campaign in which he played only one game and caught one pass. He was released by the Seahawks four days before the 2012 NFL season started and played just one game with the Patriots before requesting his release.

Winslow who spent time with the Browns and Buccaneers before being dealt to the Seahawks before last season admitted to being upset with Seattle. The Seahawks released him Sept. 1. Winslow said “they cut me over money.” According to the Seattle Times Winslow wouldn’t take a pay cut.