Cribbs role in the offense in 2010 to be even more diverse

Sounds like the role for Josh Cribbs will be even more expanded in 2010, and throw in new QB Seneca Wallace, and you can have a solid 1-2 punch doing some amazing things on offense:

Browns wide receiver Joshua Cribbs said he expects his multiple roles to expand in 2010, when he will be working under a new contract. “I’m loving all the changes,” Cribbs said in the NFL.com chat. “With the addition of Mike Holmgren, it allows Coach Mangini to focus specifically on coaching. I think the contract was a great compromise, and I’m ready to play some football and hopefully win out the AFC North.” Eric Mangini hinted in Canton that the Browns will try creatively using Cribbs and free agency quarterback pick-up Seneca Wallace as a tandem. Asked about this during his chat, Cribbs said, “it’s already in the works.”

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One Response to “Cribbs role in the offense in 2010 to be even more diverse”

  1. Denolakes says:

    Like, this is a surprise? How could this offense be anything other than “more diverse?”

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