From today's Monday Morning Quarterback from Peter King: "Three words for Cleveland GM George Kokinis regarding Josh Cribbs: Pay the man." Link: http://sportsillustrated.cnn.com/2009/writers/peter_king/10/19/week6/4.html Posted via email from Jerod’s Blog
The trade rumors swirling around Joshua Cribbs, and the potential fan reaction if he is in fact traded, lead to the following question: is Cribbs the most untradable Cleveland athlete, from a fan perspective, not named LeBron James?
The Cleveland Browns travel to Denver this weekend to avenge their crushing home loss to the Broncos in 2008. Jay Cutler is gone, but the memory of that awful 4th quarter still lingers.
This year, however, things will be different.
In a game between two offensively-challenged teams that seem pretty evenly matched, it very likely could be special teams that decide the outcome. If so, Browns fans should feel pretty confident with the NFL’s best special teams player on their side.
The Cleveland Browns and Minnesota Vikings kick off their 2009 seasons on Sunday afternoon in Cleveland. At first glance, this game looks like a mismatch. Unfortunately for Browns fans, it looks like a mismatch upon second and third glance as well.
But Jerod does see a few reasons why the Browns could come out on top Sunday. Are they enough to sway his prediction? You’ll have to read to find out.
Pro Football Talk is reporting tonight that there are rumors circulating that the Cleveland Browns could potentially be involved in trade talks with the Denver Broncos for WR Brandon Marshall. The rumored deal would involved Joshua Cribbs and a draft pick.