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Joe Thomas Comments on Browns Losing Young Talent

Offensive tackle Joe Thomas has played for the Cleveland Browns since 2007, emerging as a surefire future Hall of Famer while watching his team sink to the bottom of the standings. For most of that time, Thomas has kept a cool public disposition. Apparently, that's no more. On Wednesday, Thomas expressed his frustration over the Browns allowing young, talented players to leave the franchise in free agency, per Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.
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