Found January 06, 2012 on Dawg Pound Daily:
PLAYERS: Joe Thomas
TEAMS: Cleveland Browns
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Cleveland Browns left tackle Joe Thomas continues his assault on Canton, Ohio, as he was named to the Associated Press 2011<img class="alignright" title="Left tackle Joe Thomas continues to rack up the awards, having been named to ... [visit site to read more] Cleveland Browns LT Joe Thomas Named to 2011 NFL All-Pro Team - Dawg Pound Daily - Dawg Pound Daily - A Cleveland Browns Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
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