Browns WR/KR Cribbs aggravates groin injury vs. Steelers

PITTSBURGH -- Browns wide receiver/kick returner Josh Cribbs re-aggravated a groin injury he sustained earlier this season during Cleveland's 14-3 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers Thursday night. Cribbs said he tried to warm up and re-enter the game but that he felt too much pain to push it.

Cribbs said the injury is high in the groin. He did not give any indication whether he'd be able to play in the Browns' next game Dec. 18 in Arizona.

Cribbs has 31 receptions for 396 yards and four touchdowns this season. He had two catches for 38 yards in Thursday's game before the injury.

The Browns also lost tight end Ben Watson and fullback Owen Marecic to head injuries Thursday night.

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