BEREA, Ohio — Josh Cribbs is "fed up" with losing. Everyone knows that, of course, because the Browns receiver and return specialist has been vocal about his dissatisfaction since the Browns' loss to Cincinnati on Sunday. He has hinted that he's unhappy with his role in the offense, and explained repeatedly that he can no longer stomach the losing records that have piled up in his seven seasons in Cleveland.
None of that means that he wants to leave Cleveland, he clarified Thursday.
And Browns coach Pat Shurmur said Cribbs' public form of venting is fine, but he would also like to remind Cribbs that the coach's office door is open.