After linebacker Von Miller and running back C.J. Anderson voiced their interest in having Cousins join the Denver Broncos, Thomas took to Twitter to offer his best pitch for the soon-to-be free agent quarterback.
Cousins posted a picture of his son on Twitter and wrote the following on Tuesday: "Cooper & I are interested in hearing where the best spot is for us. We have no idea yet. #waiting"
Thomas offered a location for Cousins, should he be interested.
"I hear Cleveland is nice this time of year, that is, if you'd like to have a statue someday..." Thomas posted on Twitter.
When a fan commented that Cousins has plenty of money, Thomas raised the ante.
"You could make MORE money and MORE history in Cleveland than anywhere else, by FAR. Don't just go and be another quarterback somewhere else!" the 10-time Pro Bowl selection wrote.
According to Spotrac, the Browns lead the NFL with over $110 million in cap space this offseason.
The 29-year-old Cousins is coming off a season in which he completed 64.3 percent of his passes for more than 4,000 yards with 27 touchdowns and 13 interceptions for a 93.9 passer rating.
DeShone Kizer struggled mightily during his rookie season in Cleveland, throwing 11 touchdown passes against 22 interceptions. The 22-year-old also fumbled nine times for the Browns (0-16), who finished 32nd in the league with 14.6 points per contest.