Browns WR Josh Cribbs practiced on Friday and should play on Sunday against the Saints.
Cribbs suffered a concussion last Sunday after a violent hit from Steelers LB James Harrison. The hit, along with other helmet-to-helmet collisions from the weekend, got a lot of attention from the league this week. Harrison was fined $75,000, and the league announced it will suspend players for making such hits in the future.
Cribbs has caught 13 passes for 175 yards with one touchdown this season. He has added 13-53 rushing and is gaining 20.6 yards per kickoff return.
The way we see it
This is good news for Cribbs and the Browns that he is healthy. He is clearly the team's best weapon, getting involved in all aspects of the offense and is electric enough to change a game with one catch, run, pass or return.