Josh Cribbs Insulted at New Contract Offer by the Cleveland Browns

January 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Cleveland Browns President Mike Holmgren gave the Browns a green light to give superstar returner Josh Cribbs a new contract, but sadly the Browns' offer was not spectacular.
The Browns offered Cribbs a deal that would pay him $1.4 million per year which is an upgrade over the $600,000+ he currently makes per year.
Cribbs' agent Peter Schaffer has said, "They need to treat him fairly or he'll never play for the Browns again. He will demand a trade and he will walk out of there and they won't see him for the off-season -- they won't see him ever again.''
Players that are returners for other teams, that do not provide as much of a spark as Cribbs does make the following: Andre Davis of the Texans makes $4.3 million and Roscoe Parrish of the Bills makes $3.2 million per year.
And the Browns offer Cribbs $1.4 million?
That's quite a bit less and the offer should have been at least $4 million for all that Cribbs does for the Browns.
After a season where Cribbs ...

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