No deal signed between Browns and Broncos before deadline

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Eight-time Pro Bowl selection, Joe Thomas will stay with the Cleveland Browns, after the Denver Broncos did not make an official offer before deadline.

Both teams felt the offers presented on the table were not good enough to close the deal before Tuesday’s trade deadline.

The deal the Browns had asked was two first-round picks from the Broncos at some point near the deadline, and these two sides were closing in on a package that included Thomas and a Browns fourth-round pick in exchange for the Broncos’ first- and second-round picks in the 2016 draft, beside this the Browns also wanted the Broncos’ 2016 third-round pick.

At the end no deal was made, and Thomas will continue as one of the Browns’ foundation players, while Ryan Harris and Tyler Polumbus will continue to rotate at left tackle with the 7-0 Broncos.

Thomas is a player who has never missed a game during his career at the NFL, 136 consecutive regular-season starts that span 8,443 consecutive snaps played.

Thomas expressed recently a trade was not part of his plan.

“I’m not a quitter,” Thomas told reporters earlier this week.”I’m not a guy that gives up on my goals, and my goal from day one was to be part of the turnaround here and that hasn’t changed.

“The reality of it is we’re right now a 2-6 team and the trade deadline is coming up. If you’re a team that doesn’t have a winning record I imagine it happens all the time where teams will call up your team and find out if you’re available for a trade. It’s happened in the past with me in my career. But it’s out of my control. I want to be here. I want to finish my career here.”

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