Fans who are still worried about the future of Cleveland Browns left tackle Joe Thomas can probably ease some of their concerns a bit -- it sounds like he'll be remaining with the club in 2016. Dave Chudowsky of WKYC talked to Thomas at the NARI Home Show at the I-X Center on Saturday, as Thomas was making a special appearance at the Universal Windows booth at 3:00 PM ET. When Chudowsky asked Thomas about Hue Jackson being the team's new head coach and his future with the club, Thomas came off positive, unlike the vibes he let off after Mike Pettine's final game.
Thomas also told Chudowsky that getting Jackson "is awesome for the Browns," considering he was their No. 1 target and the team has been through so much turnover and turmoil. Chudowsky says that Thomas also told him he "definitely wants to be part of the turnaround with the Browns." This comes one day after Sashi Brown, in a radio interview with ESPN Cleveland, indicated they expect Thomas to return and aren't thinking about trading him.
Brown: That’s nothing that we are thinking about here (on possibility of trading Joe Thomas). We expect Joe to be back. #Browns— ESPN Cleveland (@ESPNCleveland) January 22, 2016