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Report: Cribbs has four dislocated toes

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By PFW staff

Browns WR-KR Josh Cribbs reportedly dislocated every toe on his right foot except for his big toe in Sunday's loss to the Jets.

The Plain Dealer, citing a source, reported that Cribbs could be ready for this Sunday's game against the Jaguars, despite the dislocated toes.

Cribbs suffered the injury in the second quarter and did not return. The sixth-year veteran had a catch for 37 yards and a rush for 14 yards before the injury.

The way we see it

Cribbs is the Browns' best weapon, whether it is on returns or running the "Wildcat." Against a weak Jaguars defense, Cribbs could have a big game if healthy.

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