Jaguars, Patriots, & Chiefs Have Inquired About Free Agent WR Josh Cribbs

Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports that free agent WR Josh Cribbs has received inquiries from the Jaguars, Patriots, and Chiefs since becoming available.

According to Fowler, Cribbs still wants to play in 2015, but he is at least open to idea of retiring from the NFL.

Cribbs, 32, spent the first eight years of his career with Cleveland before joining the Jets in 2013. Unfortunately for Cribbs, he suffered a torn pectorals muscle and was later placed on season-ending injured reserve.

The Colts signed a contract back in November of last year. However, Indianapolis parted ways with Cribbs shortly after the draft concluded.

In 2014, Cribbs appeared in six games and recorded one catch for eight yards while contributing as a kick and punt returner for the Colts.



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