BEREA, Ohio (AP) - Browns wide receiver Josh Cribbs doesn't remember much about the vicious hit that knocked him unconscious last week against Baltimore.
Cribbs was cleared to practice Wednesday by team doctors for the first time since the hit that flattened him on a kickoff return in Thursday night's loss to the Ravens. Cribbs said that despite being out cold that he wanted to go back in the game, but the Browns took his helmet away.
Cribbs has only watched one replay of the hit. He said he's not afraid of being tackled and ``loves giving hits. I'm just not scared.''
Cribbs received messages from players all over the NFL following the hit that sent his helmet flying and brought players on both teams to the middle of the field in prayer.