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Big scare for Cleveland Browns receiver Josh Cribbs last night. He received a 54-yard Sam Koch punt and made his way upfield for 14 yards, and then was stopped cold in his tracks as Ravens linebacker Dannell Ellerbe crushed him with a devestating shoulder-to-helmet hit that sent Cribbs' helmet flying and his head crashing to the ground.

He lay on the field for a while with his eyes closed as players took knees and prayed for the best. Luckily, Cribbs was able to walk off the field and into the locker room. He does understandably have a concussion, but looks like he'll be ok for the time being.

 

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