Roundup: Browns to develop Cribbs as wideout

The Browns signed Josh Cribbs to a new three-year contract worth up to $20 million earlier this month. That shows the worth of Cribbs, who has been used as a wide receiver, a return man, a running back and a Wildcat quarterback.

According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Browns would like to develop Cribbs as a wide receiver, and leave the running to James Davis, Peyton Hillis, Jerome Harrison and Chris Jennings. Cribbs racked up 381 yards on 55 carries last season. The six-year veteran, who played quarterback in college, probably will still show up when Cleveland decides to use the Wildcat formation.

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