If Earl Thomas gets on the team’s plane bound for Tampa, Florida, on Friday, don’t count out the three-time All-Pro free safety out from playing Sunday. That would be despite a hamstring strain that Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says usually takes 10-14 days to heal. Thomas has never missed a game in his career.
If Earl Thomas gets on the team’s plane bound for Tampa, Florida, on Friday, don’t count out the three-time All-Pro free safety out from playing Sunday. That would be despite a hamstring strain that Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says usually takes 10-14 days to heal. Thomas has never missed a game in his career. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
If Earl Thomas gets on the team’s plane bound for Tampa, Florida, on Friday, don’t count out the three-time All-Pro free safety out from playing Sunday. That would be despite a hamstring strain that Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says usually takes 10-14 days to heal. Thomas has never missed a game in his career. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
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November 21, 2016 05:29 PM

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