The Dallas Cowboys reportedly made a big trade offer for a star National Football League player in advance of the 2018 regular season. With that being said, the disrespect has been well noted and will not be forgotten.
The Seahawks tried to find a trade partner for Thomas, who had previously stated he wouldn't report without a new contract in place, but were unable to come to terms on a deal. "Seattle wasn't interested; it wants more".
Thomas hoped to sign a contract extension, but he'll instead play out the final season of his contract.
Thomas wrote on Instagram, accompanied by a picture of himself in the Seahawks' weight room, that: "I worked my whole life for this...."
Ian Rapoport said "until something changes, Thomas is not expected to report and play for Seattle". "Or trade me to a team that wants me to be part of their future", he wrote.
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NFL Network reporter Ian Rapoport said Wednesday that Thomas will play out the final year of his deal in Seattle and that the Seahawks agreed to wipe out nearly all of his fines for not showing up to training camp. As Spotrac shows, Thomas has a base salary of $8.5 million this season, and if the Seahawks are winning, there's little chance they'd send him packing.
Like Chancellor, Thomas is reporting without the team having done anything with his contract.
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In Thomas' absence, the Seahawks have been preparing to start 2017 fourth-round pick Tedric Thompson at free safety.