Josh Cribbs retires as a Cleveland Brown

On Wednesday, former Cleveland Browns wide receiver and kick returner, Josh Cribbs announced his retirement from the NFL.

Cribbs last played in the NFL during the 2014 season with the Indianapolis Colts.

Josh Cribbs made an UNINTERRUPTED video that was posted on the UNINTERRUPTED twitter account.

In the video, Cribbs announces that he officially retires as a member of the Cleveland Browns.

The Cleveland Browns posted this on their twitter:

Cribbs finishes his NFL career with 110 receptions, 1,175 receiving yard, and 7 receiving touchdowns. Cribbs also had 11 touchdowns off of returns and totally 11,113 kickoff return yards.

Cribbs had his best receiving year in 2011 when he had 41 catches for 518 yards and had 4 touchdowns.

Cribbs is tied for the most kickoff return touchdowns in a career with Leon Washington, they both have 8.

 

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