Going into their game versus the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Cleveland Browns need to make a change with their special teams ace, Josh Cribbs, who is by far one of the most electrifying returners in the history of the NFL. He has impressed ever since he was signed as an undrafted free agent out of Kent State University in 2005. Since coming to Cleveland, the Browns have tried to convert the former college quarterback into a wide receiver. The "Cribbs Experiment" has been in the making for four years now and in those four years Cribbs' stats as a receiver are 34 receptions for 276 yards and two touchdowns. Let's be clear. Those numbers are not for a single season, but for his entire NFL career thus far. First, Romeo Crennel tried to make Cribbs a legitimate receiving option, but failed. Now ...
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