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Josh Cribbs | WR | New York Jets
Posted: 12/3/2013 9:04pm et
The New York Jets placed WR Joshua Cribbs (shoulder) on the season-ending Injured Reserve Tuesday, Dec. 3, and signed free-agent RB Darius Reynaud (Titans) to an undisclosed deal in a corresponding move
Huddle Up: The injury bug has again bitten Cribbs, and his 6 games with the Jets netted 55 rushing yards and 2 catches for 6 yards for fantasy purposes. Cribbs mainly was a kick returner, and that's where Reynaud will step in.

Posted: 8/25/2013 5:07pm et
The Oakland Raiders released WR/KR Joshua Cribbs.
Huddle Up: Cribbs was the Raiders' main kickoff returner (5-116) this preseason, but hasn't a caught a pass and just wasn't going to make it as a WR.

Posted: 5/16/2013 1:05pm et
The Oakland Raiders have agreed to terms with WR Joshua Cribbs (Browns). Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Huddle Up: Now that Cribbs has a new home, the first order of business is making sure his knee rounds back into shape after undergoing meniscus surgery earlier this year. If so, count on him to contribute as a kick returner, first, and then as a WR off the bench.

Posted: 5/9/2013 9:24pm et
The Detroit Lions are scheduled to visit with free-agent WR Joshua Cribbs (Browns).
Huddle Up: Cribbs left New York on Thursday without a contract offer from the Giants and so his offseason job-seeking tour will now head to the Motor City.

Posted: 5/9/2013 1:49pm et
The New York Giants are visiting with free-agent WR Joshua Cribbs (Browns) Thursday, May 9.
Huddle Up: Cribbs, who looked for a while this offseason as if he would hook up with the Cardinals, also has visited the Jets and Raiders in recent days as he shops for a new team.

Posted: 5/7/2013 11:53am et
The Arizona Cardinals may no longer be interested in free-agent WR Joshua Cribbs because he is still not recovered from offseason knee surgery, and they drafted FS Tyrann Mathieu, who can be a returner.
Huddle Up: The Browns also reportedly are not interested in bringing back the return man, leaving Cribbs in limbo at the moment. Still, given 2 more months to heal, enough teams need special teams help that Cribbs' skills may become enticing enough for a training-camp invite.