Report: Cribbs out of hospital after scary hit
From the Associated Press:
CLEVELAND (AP) - Browns wide receiver Josh Cribbs was taken to a hospital for further tests after being injured on a hard hit on the final play of Baltimore's 16-0 win over Cleveland on Monday night.
Cribbs was released from the hospital this morning after being treated for concussion-like symptoms, a source told FOXSports.com's Alex Marvez.
Cribbs caught a pass from Brady Quinn on the final play and lateraled to Robert Royal. Following the pitch, Cribbs was hit near midfield by defensive end Dwan Edwards.
As Cribbs was on the field, players from both teams knelt in prayer around him.
After he was treated by Cleveland trainers, he was put on a stretcher and driven to the locker room. Cribbs was taken by ambulance to a local hospital.
Browns coach Eric Mangini said Cribbs had movement and feeling in all parts of his body when he left the stadium.