The Hit on Browns’ Josh Cribbs an Inappropriate Act of Retaliation

Posted: 17th November 2009 by Daniel Wolf in NFL
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After reading a Bleacher Report article on how Cleveland Browns quarterback Brady Quinn should be suspended for a low block on Baltimore Ravens defender Terrell Suggs, I had to make a stand for my Browns and write this article on how the hit on Josh Cribbs was uncalled for and Ravens defensive end Dwan Edwards should be suspended and fined for this hit. It was the last play of the game, and Quinn threw a pass to Cribbs, who then began to run and also look for another Browns player to lateral to. He found tight end Robert Royal, who caught the ball, but then unbeknownst to Cribbs, he was targeted by Edwards. After I watched the replay, Edwards went for Cribbs' throat and smashed his arm right into Cribbs' head, causing him to lie motionless on the field once the game was over. Was this a r ...

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