Cleveland Browns Reportedly Not Likely to Meet Josh Cribbs’ Demands

February 24, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns are unlikely to meet Josh Cribbs’ asking price, leaving him to test free agency this offseason, according to NFL.com’s Aditi Kinkhabwala.
Cribbs is reportedly looking for around $1.8 to $2 million per season, according to the report, a price the Browns are seemingly unwilling to pay for an aging specialist.
This report came just hours after the return man expressed his desire to stay in Cleveland, citing a love for the Cleveland area and the rabid fanbase as his primary reasons (h/t WTAM in Cleveland).
There is no denying the positive impact that Cribbs has made in Cleveland during his eight seasons with the team. He has been terrific in the return game, setting NFL and franchise records in the process.
Cribbs owns a share of the record for most all-time kickoff return touchdowns (eight) with Seattle Seahawks' Leon Washington. He also holds the NFL record with two 100-plus-yard kickoff return TDs in a single game.
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