Cleveland Browns wide receiver and returner Josh Cribbs didn't play in Week 5, but it looks like he's going to play for the second straight week against the Seattle Seahawks. Cribbs is recovering from a knee injury, and had full participation in practice this week. He is currently listed as probable.
Cribbs only has one touchdown catch on the season and his season best performance was five catches for 50 yards against the Tennessee Titans. Additionally, Cribbs hasn't been better than average in the return game this season. Should you have a hunch that the Seahawks' pass defense and special teams are exceptionally poor, Cribbs is going to be healthy enough to get plenty of touches, but his recent stats don't exactly scream 'must-play', regardless of whether or not he's completely healthy.