Joshua Cribbs Status Updates: Browns Wide Receiver Still Listed As Questionable Against Raiders

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Joshua Cribbs is questionable for Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders as he continues to recover from a knee injury.

Cribbs has been limited in practice all week because of a knee sprain he suffered during Week 4's loss to the Tennessee Titans. The Browns had a bye last week, so Cribbs had more time to recover. Despite that, he is still questionable against the Raiders.

Cribbs has 12 catches for 153 yards and one touchdown so far this season. He's only 12 catches away from setting a new career high in receptions; Cribbs caught 23 passes last season. The 2-2 Browns could use Cribbs against the 3-2 Raiders; he is one of the NFL's best kick returners with seven returns for 199 yards on kicks and 10 returns for 128 yards on punts.

For more on the Browns, visit SB Nation's Browns blog, Dawgs By Nature.

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