Browns Give $3 Million Raise to Injured Tackle

Browns (AP Photo/Ron Schwane, File)

The Cleveland Browns have reportedly given a raise to their star tackle Joe Thomas despite the fact that he is likely out for the season with an injury.

According to sources, the Browns planned to give the 32-year-old a raise before he suffered the injury and decided to go through with it.

It makes sense though, seeing as Thomas has made the Pro Bowl in each of his 10 NFL seasons, has registered 10,363 consecutive snaps since 2007, and has been extremely loyal to the Browns.

The $3 million raise is to be split between the remainder of this season and next season and will make Thomas the highest paid OL in the NFL according to sources.

 

 

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