The Cleveland Plain-Dealer reports that Josh Cribbs has been released from the hospital and is “doing well” after being carted off the the field last night after sustaining a hit to the head.
Cribbs’ agent J.R. Rickert was just the latest person to blast the Browns for having Cribbs on the field for the meaningless hook-and-ladder play that the team ran with three second left, despite being down two scores. Rickert told reporters:
“I can’t even put into words how upset I am at them for leaving him in like that. Fortunately, he’s doing well.’’
Cribbs has voiced his dissatisfaction with his current contract since training camp, as he felt that he had outperformed it. The Browns have promised to revisit the situation in the offseason.