Saints' Jameis Winston talks improvement after LASIK eye surgery

Jameis Winston is improving more than just his mindset this season after signing a one-year contract with the New Orleans Saints this week.

Winston told reporters Wednesday that his vision has significantly improved since undergoing LASIK eye surgery in February.

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“I can read license plates. I can read street signs. I think the precision in the vision is the biggest difference,” he said.

“No blurriness, and I think that’s huge. Depth perception has increased tremendously and those are the big things. I didn’t have bad eyes, I just had astigmatism. I had certain things that they had to fix to increase the precision and the sharpness of my vision.”

The Saints announced Tuesday that they agreed to a one-year contract with Winston, who will now have to compete for the No. 2 spot with Taysom Hill.

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In his final season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Winston threw for 5,109 passing yards and 33 touchdowns, but he turned the ball over a total of 35 times -- leading the way for the Bucs to move on and sign Tom Brady.