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Joe Thomas backs Cavs with his own jersey bet

Cleveland Browns v Baltimore Ravens

BALTIMORE, MD - SEPTEMBER 17: Offensive tackle Joe Thomas #73 of the Cleveland Browns walks to the line against the Baltimore Ravens at M&T Bank Stadium on September 17, 2017 in Baltimore, Maryland. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)

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Browns safety Damarious Randall went viral this week when a post promising to buy a jersey for everyone who retweeted him zoomed across the internet.

Randall has racked up more than 761,000 retweets, although a former member of the Browns might push that number before all is said and done. Unlike Randall, recently retired left tackle Joe Thomas is backing the Cleveland squad in a series that gets underway on Thursday night. He’s also going a step further by promising to get those retweeters signed, game-worn jerseys.

Thomas followed that tweet up with another one saying he’d get people the jersey of their choice rather than limiting it to a Curry jersey.

Thomas’ tweet racked up more than 90,000 retweets in just over six hours, which will make even Eli Manning wonder how Thomas will be able to get his hands on that many game-worn jerseys in the event he has to follow through once the NBA season comes to an end.