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Browns' Crennel: 'I know I'm not a quitter'

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[November 13, 2008]  BEREA, Ohio (AP) -- Cleveland Browns coach Romeo Crennel says he felt insulted by comments by some of his players that teammates quit in last week's loss to Denver.

After the Broncos scored 21 points in the fourth quarter for a 34-30 win on Thursday, Browns running back Jamal Lewis accused some unnamed players of quitting. Lewis' sentiments were supported earlier this week by return specialist Joshua Cribbs.

A displeased Crennel said he didn't think his players quit and any perception that they did was a poor reflection on him. Crennel spoke with his team Wednesday about focusing on next Monday's game against Buffalo.

The Browns (3-6) have been one of the AFC's biggest disappointments after winning 10 games last season.

[Associated Press]

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