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Joe Thomas jokingly declares himself questionable due to hilarious reason

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The Cleveland Browns have the worst record in football so far this season, as they are yet to win a single game after five weeks, the only team in the league to have such record this year.

They'll be looking to pick up their first win of the season when they play against the Tennessee Titans this Sunday, but they may have to do it without one of their key players on offense.

Offensive tackle Joe Thomas has declared himself as questionable for the game on Twitter due to what some might deem to be a very obscure reason. His receding hairline.


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Yes, that's right, the nine-time Pro Bowler has jokingly declared himself as questionable for the game against the Titans due to his receding hairline. 

Obviously, Thomas will be playing on Sunday (unless that's the day of his hair treatment appointment), but the major concern the Browns do have on their offense when it comes to injuries is at the quarterback position.

Head coach Hue Jackson has said Cleveland's rookie quarterback Cody Kessler will suit up and start on Sunday despite the fact he couldn't finish the game last weekend against the New England Patriots. Josh McCown has been ruled out of the matchup due to a shoulder injury.

With guard Joel Bitonio possibly out for the season as well due to a mid-foot sprain, the Browns will be extra reliant on Thomas to perform and protect their quarterback on Sunday so that he isn't injured any further.

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