On a day when there’s plenty of discussion regarding whether 49ers running back Brandon Jacobs was part of a high-speed police escort involving dozens of sports cars with obscured license plates, Browns receiver Josh Cribbs has been involved in a more conventional incident involving a car moving faster than it should.
According to FOX 8 in Cleveland, Cribbs was cited Friday night for driving his 2010 Bentley 103 miles per hour in a 60-mph zone on I-71.
Brandon Jacobs thinks Cribbs is a lightweight.
All (or at least most) kidding aside, most accidents happen when a car is moving faster than it should. (I was just preaching that point to Florio Jr. while taking him to school today.) And if a guy gets caught driving in excess of 100 miles per hour, chances are it’s hardly the first time he’s taken the speedometer into triple digits.
So, Josh, the next time you want to go really fast, try doing so with your legs. And see if you can beat 31.