Why Josh Cribbs Is the Cleveland Browns’ “Player of the Decade”

Posted: 21st December 2009 by Daniel Wolf in NFL
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Josh Cribbs is hands-down the Cleveland Browns' Player of the Decade. Is there really any disputing this claim? Maybe, but it would be a very tough debate to prove otherwise. Cribbs' story is all too familiar with most every Browns fan, but for those who do not know his story, it is one of a big heart, a team-first mentality, and a work ethic that challenges even the best NFL players in the league. A running quarterback at Kent State University, which is located approximately 45 minutes southeast of Cleveland, Cribbs set a NCAA record by becoming the first true freshman quarterback to ever rush and pass for over 1,000 yards in the same season (Appalachian State quarterback Armanti Edwards has also accomplished this feat in 2006, becoming the second player ever to do it). He is also one of ...

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