Pete Carroll Surprisingly Defends Earl Thomas for Flipping Off the Seahawks Sideline


Earl Thomas had a message for his team as he was carted off the field with a broken leg Sunday, but the Seahawks are brushing it off. As the cart took him off the field, Thomas flipped off Seattle's sideline. The Seattle safety's left leg buckled as he tackled Williams in the end zone.

When Thomas' contract expires at the end of the year, he will become a free agent and free to sign with any team. and it likely won't be with the Seahawks.

He singled out the Dallas Cowboys as his preferred destination, but that did not happen. He had held out the entire preseason and even practice this week, though he had been playing in regular season games. "I've never let [my] teammates, city or fans down as long as I've lived and don't plan on starting this weekend", Thomas wrote.

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"I understand how the Steelers do contracts". He is in the final year of a contract that includes an $8.5 million salary. This is the same kind of injury that Jimmy Graham had in 2016 and it seemed to take Graham some time to get back to being fully healthy. Thomas, Seattle's first-round pick in 2010, has been one of the best safeties in the National Football League throughout the decade. "I think sometimes you have to allow people to have their emotions". And by "cash in", we mean "make a small percentage of their value from multi-billionaire team owners". He has missed multiple practices, and the team has been on the fence about whether to fine him for those missed practices, and if so, how much.

To say that the standoff between safety Earl Thomas and the Seahawks has been contentious is an understatement.