Cleveland Browns Jerseys

Cribbs wants T.O. in the Brown and Orange…



There are now two high-profile receivers who play for Ohio teams who want Terrell Owens to join the roster.

Earlier this year, Chad Ochocinco of the Bengals made a big push to get T.O. to Cincinnati.  Now, Josh Cribbs of the Browns is lobbying for the veteran free agent.

Asked where he thinks Owens will be during a live chat on, Cribbs said, “Hopefully in Cleveland.  I think he got a little bit left in the tank.   He’ll eventually be with a team in training camp.  T.O. is going to go to a team once they figure out what these rookies are made of.”

So there you have it.  Cribbs wants to bring T.O. to the Dawg Pound.

Enjoyed this post?
Subscribe to Browns Gab via RSS Feed or E-mail and receive daily news updates from us!

Submit to Digg  Stumble This Story  Share on Twitter  Post on Facebook  Post on MySpace  Add to  Bark It Up  Submit to Reddit  Fave on Technorati

4 Responses to “Cribbs wants T.O. in the Brown and Orange…”

  1. Denolakes says:

    Does this mean that Cribbs does not believe in the receivers on the roster now? This is a one-year move, if it done at all. So, why? This is not a play-off team. For one year of guidance to the younger receivers? TO can do that? Did he do it in Buffalo?

  2. Kory says:

    No, no and no, he is a KR, not a scout, everyone with half a brain knows TO is a cancer and he no longer has the talent to make up for his attitude. Run back the kicks Josh and keep your mouth shut. I think he see’s Ocho Cinco say stupid things and doesnt realize he is not on the same level.

  3. dale says:

    Why not take a chance on T.O.? All we have is garbage at WR. It’s not like he is expected to be a coach or a mentor to the young wideouts,he would be here to make plays. Another option would be Pattrick Crayton who has requested the Cowboys trade him. He could be had cheap or even cheaper if they end up waiving him.

  4. ButchGavlen says:

    Just when you think someone is one of the smarter players…..

Leave a Reply