Before deciding to sign a deal with the Oakland Raiders, receiver/returner Josh Cribbs visited with the Detroit Lions, New York Giants and New York Jets.
In a conference call with reporters in Oakland, Cribbs took issue with Jets GM John Idzik's comments to Conor Orr of The Star-Ledger last week that Cribbs' surgically repaired left knee "isn't quite there yet."
"I don't know why a GM would come out and say that, other than using it as a negotiation tactic," Cribbs said, via the Bay Area News Group. "I think everybody knew what was going on with that."
At the conclusion of last season, Cribbs underwent arthroscopic surgery for a torn meniscus in his left knee, and red flags went out after he reportedly failed a March physical with the Arizona Cardinals, but Cribbs believes that Idzik's 'negotiation meneuver' wasn't too fair when the season start is months away. "If we were lining up to play football in June, then this would be a hot topic," Cribbs added.
"I will be ready to...