After Browns left sort out Joe Thomas suffered a season-ending triceps damage, he stated he would wish a while to resolve whether or not he was going to maintain taking part in. It seems the Browns have enticed him to return.
Field Yates of ESPN stories that the Browns amended Thomas’s contract this week, giving him a $1.5 million roster bonus that he has already acquired, plus a $1.5 million increase on subsequent yr’s wage.
It’s uncommon participant who simply suffered a season-ending damage could be given a pay increase, however Thomas is a uncommon participant: He’s the most effective participant the Browns have had since re-entering the league in 1999, and he’s nonetheless taking part in the left sort out place at a excessive degree, which might be necessary when and if the Browns ever discover themselves a franchise quarterback.
So whereas the Browns are within the unfamiliar place of taking part in with out Thomas for the remainder of this season, they’ll have him again subsequent season. And their beleaguered entrance workplace can declare a victory of kinds in retaining the crew’s finest participant comfortable.