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During the Browns vs. Giants game, Twitter throws jokes about Joe Thomas’ armpit perspiration.

Joe Thomas was in the booth for the Browns versus. Steelers game.
He didn’t appear to be playing in the Giants’ preseason game on Sunday afternoon, but it appeared like he was.
What is the reason for this?
He was dripping wet since he was working up a sweat.
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He displayed them to show the crowd how humid it was in Cleveland on Sunday.
Need some air conditioning up there for Joe Thomas — McNeil (@Reflog_18) August 22, 2021 It was 83 degrees in Cleveland with a humidity index of 74% during the game.
It felt like it was 90 degrees, so each team had to set up mist fans on the sidelines.
It’s easy to see why Thomas was having difficulties keeping his calm.
Despite this, fans continued to make jokes about Thomas’ pit sweat.
Many people commented on his health and made jokes about the former Browns offensive tackle: look at Joe Thomas right now.
Joe Thomas’ sweat could cause Lake Erie to flood Cleveland….. — trev (@redfive__) August 22, 2021
Joe Thomas is a fantastic analyst. — Cleveland Sports Talk (@CLEsportsTalk) August 22, 2021
Also, after halftime, get Joe Thomas a new shirt — Antwan V.
Joe Thomas showing off his sweat stains in the #Browns booth, according to Staley (@antwanstaley) on August 22, 2021
Joe Thomas sweating like he’s still playing throughout the broadcast, — Gary Marbry (@nuggetpalooza) August 22, 2021
Despite the jokes, most fans were satisfied with Thomas’ performance during the preseason broadcast. — Colb (@___Colb___) August 22, 2021 fast @ClevelandWater please please keep Joe Thomas hydrated — NE Ohio Regional Sewer District (@neorsd) August 22, 2021
During his 11-year tenure with the Browns (2007-2017), Thomas was recognized as one of the top left tackles in the NFL.
Following his retirement, Thomas gained notoriety for losing 50 pounds in an effort to slim down, and he has since gone on to become a popular NFL Network analyst.