Josh Cribbs returned 3 kicks for TDs last year for Cleveland
Whether it is on special teams returning kicks and punts, or on offense as a wide receiver or a quarterback in the wildcat formation, Cleveland weapon Josh Cribbs can "ruin a game," according to Bucs head coach Raheem Morris. Stopping Cribbs is Tampa Bay's number one mission on Sunday.
Last modified on Thursday, 09 September 2010 21:01
Tampa Bay head coach and defensive coordinator Raheem Morris said that Cleveland's Pro Bowl return man, Josh Cribbs, can "ruin a game" in more ways than just on special teams. Cribbs plays wide receiver on offense, in addition to seeing action as the Browns' quarterback in the wildcat offense.
Find out what Morris had to say about Cribbs and the Bucs' preparation for the wildcat offense in Scott Reynolds' story for FoxSportsFlorida.com by clicking here.
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