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Cleveland Browns return specialist Josh Cribbs is an angry man, and rightfully so. He's watched his team go through so many changes and is just sick and tired of it. Sicne he's been with the team, he saw Romeo Crennel fired, then Eric Mangini fired and replaced by Pat Shurmur, then the team sold, and now it appears that under the new owner, Shurmur may get his pink slip as well. "I hate that we rebuild every year," Cribbs told The Associated Press, via NFL.com. "It's not a good recipe for successful football." "A lot of people don't get a fair shake in this business, whether it be the quarterbacks or the regime," Cribbs said. "(Shurmur and Co.) came in during the lockout, now the owner decided to sell the team. It's just so unfortunate the way the nature of the business is. "But I'll tell you one thing, we're geared up to win this last game, to give it our best shot because this win, a sweep of Pittsburgh, would do a lot for this city and might do a lot for the coaching staff as well. Finishing strong is the biggest thing at this point."

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