Earl Thomas Carted Off the Field With Leg Injury


Thomas, who had hoped to be traded by the Seahawks to a team willing to pay him a big longterm contract, actually appeared to give the Seattle sideline the finger as he was carted off.

A holdout through the preseason, Thomas has expressed concern about playing through the end of his contract with no long-term security. The 29-year-old sat out training camp and missed three practice sessions in recent weeks.

Teammates formed a circle around him before the injury cart came and shuttled him away from the field. Thomas' lower left leg seemed to buckle as he dove on top of Williams in the end zone. "So I don't know what happened after that". "This is a very, very hard moment that most people would never understand what that was all about".

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Thomas was not available to the media after the game. ESPN's Adam Schefter reported Sunday that the Seahawks had still been open to trading Thomas, but that they had refused to budge on their asking price of a 2019 second-round pick. Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell, who hasn't reported to the team this season, replied to a post on Instagram post that featured Wagner's quote by writing: "smh exactly.get right bro bro @earl!" "I've loved everything he's ever done for us".

The injury happened on the same field on which Kam Chancellor and Richard Sherman were hurt last season, the final Seahawks game for both. For what just occurred to be so clear and so resolved to - he knew what happened.