Hall of Famer Joe Thomas not interested in Browns’ OL coaching job

Despite their opening at offensive line coach, Joe Thomas is not interested in returning to the Cleveland Browns.

Many have clamored for the Browns to reach out to their 10-year left tackle and first-ballot Pro Football Hall of Famer after the departure of Bill Callahan. However, now six years removed from the game, Thomas is not rushing to get back into it.

Thomas told Cleveland dot com:

“I won’t be interested in NFL or college jobs until my kid are in college. Maybe not even then, but certainly not until then.”

The Browns currently have one candidate in-house in assistant offensive line coach Scott Peters. They also interviewed former Seattle offensive line coach Andy Dickerson for their offensive coordinator gig. Could they get him to come to town as the offensive line coach instead? Mike Munchak, who has been out of coaching since the 2021 season, could also be a candidate to return to coaching.

The offensive staffing overhaul continues, but it will not include the Hall of Fame left tackle.

Story originally appeared on Browns Wire

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