Successful NFL franchises are built upon the cyclical nature of the athletes on their team. The team drafts new players to be taken under the wing of veteran players in their prime, and the front office supplements the roster with useful but inexpensive players for depth. The prime veteran players are allowed to leave before
Arthur Moats was fined for his facemask on Johnny Manziel, but he won’t remind anyone of evil James Harrison.
Travis Benjamin looks healthy as he takes one to the house against Tampa.
There have been more downs than ups over the past 15 seasons. That only makes our favorite players mean that much more.
Ihope you’re sitting down: The Cleveland Browns did not make the NFL playoffs this year. A shocker, I know. It looked like they might sneak in for a minute, but a December swoon saw the Browns finish 7-9, which, to be fair, was their best record in seven years. Again, Browns fans could only watch
You know what’s crazy? Josh Cribbs has won his first playoff game as a player. In his tenth season – albeit a short season having only played in six regular-season Colts games – Joshua Cribbs has not only now made the playoffs, but been a part of a playoff win for the first time. On
Josh Cribbs will finally return to Cleveland this Sunday when the Indianapolis Colts come to town, and the long-time member of the Browns hopes to find himself immersed in the Dawg Pound. “You will definitely see me in the stadium hugging fans, and if I had the opportunity to score I would jump in the
He’s baaaaaack (kinda).
And so the Greg Little era in Cleveland has come to a close. It’s not a day worth celebrating, that’s for sure. It’s never a good day when your team gives up on a second-round draft pick who was still playing under his rookie contract. It’s never a good day when your team is cutting a player
The Oakland Raiders have reportedly cut former Browns return man Josh Cribbs according to Jerry McDonald of the Oakland Tribune. Cribbs terminated as vested veteran. Simply never recovered from knee injury. — Jerry McDonald (@Jerrymcd) August 25, 2013 Cribbs signed with the Raiders this past off season after he and new Browns management could not
I think LeBron James should go back to Cleveland and all will be forgiven in the universe. — Former Cleveland Browns Pro Bowl return man/wide receiver Josh Cribbs in a list-based column for Sports Illustrated’s Monday Morning Quarterback. Cribbs also addresses chivalry, turning your cell phone off on airplanes and boner pills, in no particular
The Oakland Raiders have agreed to terms with Josh Cribbs, formerly of the Cleveland Browns Browns. Josh Cribbs has signed with the Raiders, per source with knowledge of the situation. — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) May 15, 2013 On Tuesday, New York Jets general manager John Idzik said that Cribbs’ knee was still not fully healed coming off meniscus surgery,
Could Josh Cribbs return to Cleveland? The veteran wide receiver and Pro Bowl return man apparently thinks it is possible. Josh Cribbs believes a return to Cleveland is very possible, per source. All dependent on role & money. Browns have recently shown interest — Brent Sobleski (@brentsobleski) May 8, 2013 Brent Sobleski from The Orange
In a southwestern suburb of Cleveland, Ohio exists a sprawling brick colonial. A little over 5,000 square feet, the estate greets you with a two-story grand foyer where chocolate dark wood meets crisp white pillars, both of which lead to a giant staircase. Immediately to your right is a front room typical of most large, newly constructed homes—relatively
Craig and Rick of Waiting For Next Year discussed the Cleveland Browns’ off-season so far. Rob Chudzinski and his talk with Mike Florio Phil Dawson and the Browns communication about his departure Jordan Cameron and the Browns’ tight end situation The Cleveland Browns’ signing of former Chicago Bears tight end Kellen Davis D’Qwell Jackson and
Multiple reports are swirling regarding the potential failed physical of wide receiver/kick returner Josh Cribbs who was slated to sign with the Arizona Cardinals. ESPN Cleveland’s Will Burge published a sourced report that stated the long-time Cleveland Browns fan favorite had failed his phyisical due to a knee scope which he underwent earlier this offseason.
I have a sister in mourning over the impending departure of Josh Cribbs. It stinks to ever have to say goodbye to players that you love as a fan of a team. Even as much as people tend to dislike Ray Lewis outside of Baltimore, there’s no denying that his career there couldn’t have ended
James Harrison has left a trail of broken bodies in Cleveland and I’m not just talking about guys on the roster. Sure, Mohamed Massaquoi, Josh Cribbs and Colt McCoy took their bumps (videos,) but remember that James Harrison also suplexed an unruly Browns fan who ran on the field during a game. Well now, James
The third podcast of the week and finally I gave Scott the chance to break down a few things. The idea was to give Scott the reigns to talk about MIT. I ended up feeling like I talked more than ever on one of these things. I don’t know if I should let you in
Twenty-two combined seasons in Orange and Brown. Four Pro Bowls. Two fan favorites. Both free agents. Cleveland fans love to hold on to their sports heroes. Josh Cribbs and Phil Dawson have been consistently the best things about Cleveland Browns football since the team returned in 1999. Josh Cribbs walked on the team as an