Two months after Josh Cribbs nearly signed with the Arizona Cardinals in free agency, the return man has a host of suitors.
It doesn’t look like Arizona is in the mix for Cribbs any longer but enough teams are checking him out and he should have work soon. Cribbs has met with the Oakland Raiders, both New York teams and he will visit the Detroit Lions next, according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.
The Cardinals were all set to sign Cribbs early in the March free agency period but they made the decision to wait. Cribbs had undergone arthroscopic knee surgery to repair a torn meniscus. The Cardinals opted to see how he was after it was fully healed.
Now fully healed, Cribbs could be in place with a new team before the start of organized team activities.
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