Browns | Joshua Cribbs critical of offense
Cleveland Browns WR Joshua Cribbs has just eight touches on offense this season and he is not happy about it. "I feel like I'm trapped," Cribbs said. "I feel like a caged athlete." Cribbs is frustrated he hasn't been used more on offense, especially after catching a career-high 41 passes for 518 yards and four touchdowns last season. "Me going from being able to run the wildcat, to playing receiver last season and catching 41 passes and four touchdowns to nothing - I can't believe it," Cribbs said. "By me not playing, I feel like they think I'm not good, that I've lost it. But I haven't. I feel when I'm out there I can contribute, but I'm not able to." Head coach Pat Shurmur believes Cribbs' return numbers are up this year and coverage units are better because he's focusing on special teams. Cribbs already has four kickoff returns of 40-yards or more this season.
2012-11-17 05:53:35 | Source: The Cleveland Plain Dealer - Mary Kay Cabot
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