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Josh Cribbs officially retires as a Brown

Josh Cribbs announced that he has officially filed his retirement papers with the NFL

BEREA, Ohio--One of the Browns most productive special teams players in franchise history officially retired from the NFL as a member of the Browns.

Josh Cribbs, who signed with the Browns as an undrafted free agent from Kent State in 2005 had 13,488 career return yards. He is tied for third in the all-time history of the NFL and was named to the NFL's All-Decade team for the 2,000's. Cribbs played eight seasons with the Browns. HIs last with the team was in 2012. He also spent time with the Jets, Raiders and last played in the NFL with the Colts in 2015.

Cribbs is the Browns' franchise record-holder for return yardage, as well as returns for touchdowns. In addition, Cribbs holds nine other records. Cribbs was a three-time Pro Bowl player.


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