Josh Cribbs Cleveland BROWNS LEGEND

Josh Cribbs was simply One Of The Best

Josh Cribbs went undrafted in 2005. Josh enjoyed a great career at Kent State University outside of Cleveland, OH, where he was a versatile player at the QB position. In his 4 years at Kent State he compiled 7169 yds passing, 3670 yds rushing & 93 yds receiving. In total Josh accounted for 86 TD's in his Kent State career.

Discovered largely by former Browns scout Kevin Kelly, Cribbs made the team as an undrafted rookie and went on to rewrite the Browns' special-team record books. He boasts 11 team return records and is tied for first in the NFL with eight kickoff returns touchdowns. His 13,488 return yards are tied for third in the NFL.

He's third in the NFL in kickoff return yards (11,113) and fifth in return TD's with 11. After eight years in Cleveland, he finished his career with the Jets and Colts.

Cribbs also excelled on offense, compiling 1,175 receiving yards and 808 rushing yards along with 9 TDs.

Nightmare for KC as he sets an NFL record with 2 kick return TD's in the same game.
Josh Cribbs takes it to the house against the Steeler's in one of his famous kick returns.

To show you the love Cribbs has for the Cleveland fans and the love we show him as a result Cribbs still lives in Strongsville with his wife, Maria, and two children.

"Had the fans not been so great, I would have easily made the decision to move back east to D.C. or move to another location in a warmer climate," Cribbs said. "That experience, the fan base, I wouldn't trade it for the world. There's a lot of good fan bases in the country, but none like the Browns."
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Cleveland Browns Josh Cribbs sets NFL record for kickoff returns

Josh Cribbs blazed through the Chiefs for his second score of the game late in the second quarter Sunday. Browns receiver/returner Josh Cribbs set the NFL record for kickoff returns with seven when he took one back 100 yards against the Chiefs to put the Browns ahead, 10-3, in the first quarter.

Then, he broke his own record with his second kickoff return of the game -- a 103-yarder -- to keep the Browns in the game just after they fell behind 24-13 on an errant long snap recovered by the Chiefs for a touchdown.

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