Fan favorite Joshua Cribbs, who with Leon Washington shares the NFL career record of eight kick returns for touchdowns, is convinced his days with the Browns are over after eight seasons in Cleveland. "There is nothing being talked about," Cribbs said Thursday morning on "The Really Big Show" on WKNR-AM 850. "I believe that I could be a big part of this football team. I don't feel like they feel that as well. "I feel like I have a lot of football left. I believe that the team I go to, whether it's the Browns or not, will be able to utilize me. Coach Turner (offensive coordinator Norv Turner)? He can utilize my skills. We had our best season under Chudzinski." Cribbs is correct when he says the Browns had their best year when Rob Chudzinski, now the head coach, was the Browns' offensive coordinator in 2007, but Cribbs had little to do with the 10-6 record from an offensive standpoint. He caught three passes for 37 yards and carried the ball nine times for 61 yards. He did not score a touchdown on offense. He did, however, score twice on kick returns and once on a punt return.
Browns: Josh Cribbs discusses his NFL future
The News-Herald | Feb 28