By LG

The Cleveland Browns front office must be resigned to a losing season, why bring Thomas to Cleveland?  This guy has been all team rosters and never has he made any serous impact in the N.F.L.  Thomas Clayton isn’t going to help sell tickets at browns stadium. This guy couldn’t even make the Seattle Seahawks team rosters. He has a total of 17 rushing yards in the N.F.L. when he played for the Patriots for a short lived career there. Are you telling me this is the best guy Mike Holmgren and Heckert could have gotten?

The Cleveland Browns must be out of their minds going out and signing a guy like Clayton. He has a few days to learn the offense which looks like the team doesn’t even know yet and then Shurmur sends him out on the field to do what? What is Thomas Clayton going to do to help the Browns win football games? Is this guy filled with hidden talents all the other teams in the N.F.L. missed? The Browns made a serous mistake signing this guy. Is there no one who wants to come and play in Cleveland?

Shurmur, is this guy going to help you get the team close again?  I surely don’t see how Thomas Clayton is going to do it…

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Readers Comments (3)

  1. Tom Wynne

    I would have even considered Tiki barber as a last resort…didn’t the browns look at Cowboy RB Choice who was just cut???

     
  2. Thomas Clayton

    I believe Thomas Clayton was the best choice for the Browns

     
  3. Donald Bruce

    I’ve seen him play. Great talent! Browns are lucky to have him , you don’t stay around the league this long under some of the best coaches without being a supreme talent. Fact. Haters.

     

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