Given the way things have played out this year, it seems like Sunday's game was nearly certainly the last for Thomas in a Seahawks uniform. Thomas, though, did not appear to be on good terms with the Seahawks after the injury. At the time, Thomas complained that he was playing without deserved security, given his stature at his position and his history with the team, in the event of a major injury.
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.
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As Thomas had his left leg in an air cast and was being carted to the locker room, he was shown by cameras flipping the middle finger.
"I don't know anything about that", Seattle coach Pete Carroll said when asked about the gesture. Earl was extraordinarily poised on the field. Carroll said on 710 ESPN that players "deserve latitude and they deserve understanding and they deserve empathy" even when "someday they'll see things differently when they look back". He's in the previous year of his current contract, and he's made his feelings about the desire for an extension (or a trade to another team what would extend him) very clear.