Cleveland Browns kicker Phil Dawson and kick returner/wide receiver Joshua Cribbs are both in Hawaii this week representing the Browns in the Pro Bowl.
Whether they will remain with the Browns beyond Sunday’s game is still undetermined.
According to Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal, the Browns have yet to discuss the future of their free agents-to-be.
“They’ve obviously had success,” head coach Rob Chudzinski said. “We’ll just have to wait and see and see how everything fits together on that.”
Both Dawson and Cribbs will be unrestricted free agents in March. Browns owner Jimmy Haslam praised both Dawson and Cribbs for what they’ve brought to the Browns over their careers.
With Chudzinski and new general manager Michael Lombardi still settling into their new roles in the Cleveland front office, the decisions on personnel will take a few weeks to be considered.