Browns KR/WR Josh Cribbs Sidelined Early in Camp with Knee Injury

It’s been the walking wounded early in camp for the Browns, as wide receiver Josh Cribbs did not participate in the teams first practice in full pads because of an injured left knee.

Cribbs was in full uniform Monday but had a wrap on his knee a day after being hurt during a 1-on-1 drill. The return specialist/WR says he should be back on the field “by the end of the week.”

He said an MRI showed no structural damage, but he gave no other details. Cribbs spent the early portion of practice on a conditioning bike and stood to the side as the Browns offense continued to learn new coach Pat Shurmur’s West Coast system.

Running back Montario Hardesty was kept out of some drills as he comes back from a knee injury. Shurmur said Hardesty did not have a setback, which is a huge sigh of relief based on what happened to his last year in training camp.

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