Seahawks safety Earl Thomas appears set to end holdout

Seahawks safety Earl Thomas appears set to end holdout

Seahawks safety Earl Thomas appears set to end holdout

With all hope of him being on a new team, under a new contract seemingly lost, Thomas took to Instagram to announce he was going to report to the Seahawks.

"I worked my whole life for this", Thomas posted.

Thomas wrote, "The disrespect has been noted and will not be forgotten".

The Seahawks have agreed to wipe away nearly all of the fines Thomas accrued during his holdout.

With just one day before the National Football League regular season opens up, Thomas remains a member of the Seattle Seahawks (though only by roster designation at this point) and the Cowboys could use a jolt in their secondary. He urged that the team either pay him or trade him to a team willing to commit to him long-term.

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In addition to that, Rapoport also reported that the Dallas Cowboys, whose interest in Earl Thomas has never been a secret, have shown their willingness to throw a third-round pick in a prospective deal. Yes, it's the best news Seattle has received in weeks: The team's most talented player can possibly be on the field for the regular season opener Sunday at Denver. Time will tell, but for now, Thomas will remain in Seattle.

Seattle had been thought wanting at least a second-round pick all along with it thought Dallas had not offered more than a third. The Seahawks wanted more.

Fish reports that Seattle informed the Cowboys a second-round pick for Earl Thomas wasn't enough to acquire the All-Pro safety, and Stephen Jones and the Cowboys balked.

Seattle has no incentive to trade him as they are benefitting financially from him skipping out. Chancellor missed the first two games before reporting. A later report stated Thomas was in town exclusively to accompany his daughter to her first day of school. That was different from the simple "no" Carroll had offered several other times in recent weeks when asked about any new contact with Thomas.

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