Cleveland Browns President Mike Holmgren has made his first move of the New Year and that is to approve a contract extension for playmaker Josh Cribbs. Cribbs, who was announced as the kick returner who will represent the Browns and the AFC in the 2010 Pro Bowl earlier in the week, has finally let his hard work and play speak for itself. Now he will get a big payday because of his unselfishness, his abilities, and his team-first attitude. "Holmgren already gave the word to the coach and to the organization here,'' said Cribbs. "I'm trying to get it done as soon as possible,'' he said. "It's going to get it done. I'd prefer it be done before the end of the season, by tomorrow. "But I've waited this long, and it's for a reason. Just think what it would've been if I had gotten it before ever ...
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