Joe Thomas might not be on the field of play any longer, but he is still out there defending players on his former squad.
The future hall of famer’s allegiance to the Cleveland Browns was evident as he never thought about leaving the franchise during his career, and his loyalty remains the same now that he’s retired.
The former all-pro offensive tackle recently took to Twitter and personally decided to call out ESPN reporter Tony Grossi for being on a war path and writing as many negative stories about Odell Beckham Jr. missing OTAs as he possibly could.
He laid out his viewpoints in a well-constructed thesis.
The fact that he responded this way when Thomas actually highlighted where it already answered his question is all you need to know about who won this argument.
Odell Beckham Jr. not showing up to voluntary OTAs, in Grossi’s eyes is bad for him, the team, and the future. Joe Thomas believes the “QB to WR” connection is overvalued during OTAs and things will iron themselves out during mandatory training camp, preseason, and eventually the regular season.