According to multiple published reports, special teams ace Josh Cribbs has come to an agreement with the Browns on a restructured contract.
The deal re-worked the final three years of Cribbs' contract and worth up to $18.5 million, according to ESPN.com. The Plain Dealer is reporting that the deal is worth up to $20 million, including about $7.5 million guaranteed.
"I think it's a great statement by the Browns that they are serious about winning and taking care of their best players," Cribbs' agent Peter Schaffer told ESPN.com. "This is sending the right message that if you perform at a high level on the field, and even a higher level off the field, the team is going to reward those players."
Cribbs was been named an All-Pro in 2007 and 2009.