The Browns have placed left tackle Joe Thomas on injured reserve with a torn triceps, the team announced Monday.
The injury will keep him out for six to nine months and he’s unsure if he’ll continue playing once he recovers.
In Sunday's game between the Browns and the Titans, Thomas had his incredible streak of 10,363 consecutive snaps played ended by the injury. Thomas had an MRI Monday to confirm it.
The streak started in Week 1 of his rookie season in 2007, and during the streak, Thomas played through a grade-two LCL tear, three MCL strains and two high ankle sprains.
A 10-time Pro Bowler and six-time All-Pro player, Thomas has already played with 19 different quarterbacks while in Cleveland.
Thomas, 32, is under contract through 2018.