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SEATTLE – Truth, Part 1: Earl Thomas is the most honest, candid NFL player I can remember interviewing. The former Seattle Seahawk’s unfiltered responses were as refreshing as they were compelling.
RENTON – The Baltimore Ravens’ stunning release of former Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas on Sunday continues to reverberate around the NFL.
The lawyer for the wife of Baltimore Ravens safety Earl Thomas says she is being subjected to an “unfounded ongoing investigation” by Texas police after she allegedly pointed a loaded gun at her husband’s head upon finding him in bed with another woman
Earl Thomas was not arrested in the incident, TMZ reported. Nina Thomas, according to the report, was arrested for burglary of a residence with intent to commit aggravated assault. She was released on bond.
More than a year later, as Thomas prepares to make his return to Seattle on Sunday in Baltimore Ravens colors, Carroll said he has no hard feelings toward the former All-Pro safety.
Over the course of nine NFL seasons with the Seattle Seahawks, Earl Thomas picked off 28 passes, earned a Super Bowl ring and was selected to the Pro Bowl six times. Those are some of the memories the standout safety will take across the country before he faces his former team Sunday as a member of the Baltimore Ravens.
It’s the 5-1 Seahawks and the 4-2 Baltimore Ravens.
If Earl Thomas and Pete Carroll cross paths and chat before the Seahawks host the Baltimore Ravens on Oct. 20 at CenturyLink Field, it might well be the first time the two will have spoken since the night last September when Thomas broke his leg in a game at Arizona.
Earl Thomas is officially gone, off to Baltimore to continue his NFL Hall of Fame career with the Ravens. So what now for the Seahawks?
Seattle was likely never going to offer the free safety
Earl Thomas, a longtime fixture of Seattle’s secondary, is headed to Baltimore as ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Wednesday that Thomas will sign with the Baltimore Ravens. NFL Network also reported the deal and that Thomas will sign a four-year contract with the Ravens worth $55 million and $32 million guaranteed.
The Seattle Seahawks’ 38-31 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs showed that they belong in the playoffs. And young roster or not, they’re looking more and more like a team that could contend for a title.
The significance was lost in the heat of the moment. But with Kam Chancellor and Richard Sherman already gone, and now Thomas unlikely to return, something special has been irretrievably lost.
Reviewing all the key issues concerning Thomas after he was placed on Injured Reserve Tuesday.
There was never going to be the fuzzy moment in which all wounds were healed and all conflicts were resolved. There wasn’t going to be a warm embrace between coach and player at a news conference where they detailed their mutual admiration.
Here’s why you don’t pay Earl Thomas – not right now anyway – and you don’t trade him, as reports suggested might happen as soon as Monday.
Russell Wilson threw for two touchdowns in the first half, Chris Carson added a 5-yard TD run in early in the fourth quarter, and the Seattle Seahawks avoided a 0-3 start with a 24-13 win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.
Middle linebacker Bobby Wagner will return Sunday from his first missed game in three years to orchestrate Seattle’s defense and spy Dallas’ increasingly running quarterback Dak Prescott in the Seahawks’ home opener at CenturyLink Field.
Seahawks free safety Earl Thomas was at practice on Friday but did not take part because of reasons of a personal nature, according to coach Pete Carroll. Carroll left open the possibility that the issue – that he wouldn’t detail – could keep Thomas from playing Sunday in Seattle’s home opener against the Dallas Cowboys.
The Seahawks had much to lament Sunday in a 27-24 loss to the Broncos that saw many of their latent fears come to life.