According to the Miami Herald, the Dolphins are not among the teams that have called the Browns about LT Joe Thomas.
Browns LT Joe Thomas has been selected to his fifth straight Pro Bowl.
Browns agreed to terms with LT Joe Thomas on a seven-year, $84 million extension with $44 million guaranteed.
Joe Thomas' third straight "original ballot" vote into the Pro Bowl has triggered a $1.5 million incentive in his contract.
Scout Inc.'s Matt Williamson says that Browns LT Joe Thomas is "perhaps the best offensive lineman in the game today."
Sources tell the Cleveland Plain Dealer that the Browns are willing to trade any player on their roster aside from Joe Thomas and D'Qwell Jackson.
Browns observers believe T Joe Thomas' play has fallen off in his second season.
Browns agreed to terms with T Joe Thomas, the No. 3 pick overall, on a five-year, $43 million contract. The deal includes $23 million in bonuses.
Browns GM Phil Savage doesn't expect to have Joe Thomas, Brady Quinn, or Eric Wright signed before the team's upcoming rookie orientation.
The Browns are worried about a potential holdout by number three overall pick Joe Thomas.
Browns selected Wisconsin tackle Joe Thomas with the third overall pick.
MLive.com's Tom Kowalski doesn't believe the Lions will draft Wisconsin offensive tackle Joe Thomas with the No. 2 overall pick.
The Denver Post reports the Lions will likely trade the No. 2 overall pick to a team targeting Wisconsin left tackle Joe Thomas.
Wisconsin LT Joe Thomas' first pre-draft visit will be next Tuesday with the Tampa Bay Bucs, according to Adam Schefter of the NFL Network.