The Browns have made no secret of their desire to add some quality weapons to their offense.
They may have finally found the answer.
Article Continued BelowArticle Continued BELOWChad Thomas, the No. 1 pick of the 2017 draft, has been a major part of the Browns offense.
(Photo: USA TODAY Sports)Read moreThe Browns are hoping to land a receiver that can complement wide receivers Josh Gordon and Josh Gordon Jr. The Browns currently have five receivers on the roster, and Thomas has been the most important.
He has scored four touchdowns in three games this season.
Thomas, who turns 19 on Friday, has had a breakout season in the first half of the season.
He caught 39 passes for 547 yards and three touchdowns, helping the Browns improve to 4-2.
He had his best game of the year against the Kansas City Chiefs last Sunday.
“It’s really cool that he’s coming back,” Browns coach Hue Jackson said of Thomas’ return.
“I’m happy for him.
We’re excited to get him back, and we’re excited for him and the offense.”
Thomas said he was feeling “great” during his workouts and had confidence in his receivers, especially the running backs.
Thomas said the biggest challenge he faces will be getting more targets, and he has been more than willing to make plays in the red zone.
“I think that’s a really big challenge, and I’m ready to get to work every day,” Thomas said.
“That’s what I want to do, to make a play every time I get the ball.
I just want to be ready every single snap.”
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