Cleveland Browns left tackle Joe Thomas was once again recognized by his peers as one of the top all-around players in the NFL.
Cleveland Browns fans know that the team is banking on its young talent to lead a franchise turnaround. However, there are some talented veterans still on this roster.
Joe Thomas is the first name that comes to mind, as he remains not only one of the stars of the team, but of the entire NFL.
That remains true in 2017, as Joe Thomas recently ended up as the No. 25 overall player in the Top 100 rankings voted on by NFL players.
Even when the Browns are atrocious, Thomas can be relied upon to be out there each and every snap, playing hard regardless of the score or the team’s record. It is frustrating to see such a great talent play on a consistent losing team, but hopefully his great play will be rewarded with a winning season soon.
We take a look at this and more in today’s edition of the Daily Dawg Tags.
Cleveland Browns news:
"Cleveland Browns left tackle Joe Thomas has been a perennial bright spot for the team for a decade and his play was recognized on the NFL Top 100 list."
"Cleveland Browns fans may hear good things about Brock Osweiler’s summer performance, but no one knows if he will even be on the final roster."
"Heading into Tuesday’s three-day minicamp, the Cleveland Browns’ quarterback situation remains as murky as it did when the offseason began."
"Cleveland Browns rookie Jabrill Peppers has changed his jersey number from No. 27 to No. 22, according to the team’s website."
"After being released by the Kansas City Chiefs, Jeremy Maclin has found a new home with the Baltimore Ravens."
"Jeremy Maclin’s decision to sign with the Ravens on Monday has already caused another receiver domino to fall."