On this date in football, June 9, 2012, Cleveland’s Josh Cribbs turns 29 years old. As a quarterback at Kent State, Cribbs became the only player in NCAA history to lead his team in both rushing and passing in four different seasons. He’s used that versatility to become a star for the Browns, for whom he’s averaged more than 1,900 all-purpose yards a season over the last five years. He’s also become a Twitter maven, who you can follow @JoshCribbs16.
Beware defensive evil-doers, as we celebrate Cleveland’s offensive Superman today, as originally presented in 2011 on NFL Films Presents.