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12th Man Rising Mar 24, 2019

Seahawks draft profile: Juan Thornhill might be the answer at safety

The Seahawks will be looking to replace Earl Thomas in the 2019 NFL Draft. Could Virginia’s Juan Thornhill be the answer? Juan Thornhill can run. So could (and assuming he still can) Earl Thomas. Thomas helped make the Seahawks secondary one that could hit hard and cover lots of the field. Teams did not want […] Seahawks draft profile: Juan Thornhill might be the answer at safety - 12th Man Rising - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
12th Man Rising Mar 24, 2019

Seahawks Sunday roundup: Earl Thomas flipped and Doug Baldwin could retire

There is no real offseason in the NFL. Here is some of the news surrounding your Seattle Seahawks for the week ending Marsh 23rd. Good morning, Seahawks fans! Hopefully you had an excellent week last week and will have an even better one in the coming days. We are in the period of time between […] Seahawks Sunday roundup: Earl Thomas flipped and Doug Baldwin could retire - 12th Man Rising - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Field Gulls Mar 21, 2019
Nasir Adderley’s Friday pro day could impact any interest the Seahawks have in the free safety

Nasir Adderley’s Friday pro day could impact any interest the Seahawks have in the free safety

Unfortunately for the Seahawks, the Earl Thomas era ending in Seattle coincided with back-to-back drafts which were low on centerfield-playing safeties. In the 2018 NFL Draft, with trade rumors swirling around Thomas, just Wake Forest’s Jessie Bates fit the mold of Pete Carroll’s deep safety. Bates went to the Bengals in the second round and Thomas played out the final year of his contract with the Seahawks. This year, with Thomas now a Raven, it’s possible that just Delaware's Nasir Adderley fits into that mold—and we’ll find out for sure on Friday. Adderley’s weigh-in at...
12th Man Rising Mar 20, 2019

Seahawks should take Deionte Thompson to replace Earl Thomas

The Seahawks need a replacement for Earl Thomas. Drafting Deionte Thompson might just be the answer. Earl Thomas is no longer a member of the Seahawks. The great safety left as a free agent and signed with the Ravens. Seattle needs to find a long-term replacement for him. In 2018, Tedric Thompson and Delano Hill […] Seahawks should take Deionte Thompson to replace Earl Thomas - 12th Man Rising - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Field Gulls Mar 19, 2019
Yes, Earl Thomas’ flipping off was for Pete Carroll

Yes, Earl Thomas’ flipping off was for Pete Carroll

One of the final images we saw of Earl Thomas suited up to play in a Seattle Seahawks uniform was him being carted off the field after breaking his leg against the Arizona Cardinals. Of course, what made all the headlines was his flipping off of the Seahawks sideline, an obvious reference to the drama surrounding the team not giving him the contract extension he desired. He held out up until the 2018 regular season started, and you know the rest of the story from there. As expected, the legendary free safety went elsewhere in free agency, signing a four-year, $55 million ($35 million...
The Seattle Times Mar 18, 2019
Former Seahawks safety Earl Thomas finally explains that middle finger

Former Seahawks safety Earl Thomas finally explains that middle finger

Thomas said the gesture was indeed aimed at Seattle coach Pete Carroll, with whom he was frustrated due to the inability to work out a contract extension with the Seahawks.
ClutchPoints Mar 18, 2019
Earl Thomas was ‘shocked’ by Baltimore Ravens offer

Earl Thomas was ‘shocked’ by Baltimore Ravens offer

Earl Thomas had reached a point where he didn’t think free agency would pan out like he hoped and seemed prepared to sign a short-term deal with the Kansas City Chiefs before testing the market again in the near future. But then, at the last minute, the Baltimore Ravens swooped in and offered Thomas a […] The post Earl Thomas was ‘shocked’ by Baltimore Ravens offer appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Field Gulls Mar 18, 2019
Will the Seahawks find a bargain edge rusher in the second wave of free agency?

Will the Seahawks find a bargain edge rusher in the second wave of free agency?

The first week of the NFL’s 2019 free agency period is in the books, with the overwhelming majority of players on the hunt for big paydays having already inked a new contract. For the Seattle Seahawks that means Earl Thomas is now a member of the Baltimore Ravens, Justin Coleman is set to suit up for the Detroit Lions and Jason Myers will be kicking field goals for the Hawks. However, one position that the Hawks have yet to address entering the second week of free agency is depth at the edge rusher position. The unquestioned leader of the group for Seattle as it currently stands is Frank...
Baltimore Sun Mar 18, 2019

Ravens' investment in Earl Thomas suggests a defensive trade-off: pass rush for turnovers

The Ravens and new safety Earl Thomas have a future together, secured last week with a four-year, $55 million contract. But over an 18-quarter span last season, they also shared a statistical quirk. From the second quarter of the Ravens’ Week 7 loss to the New Orleans Saints to the third quarter...
Field Gulls Mar 17, 2019
29 for 29: All the Earl Thomas thoughts

29 for 29: All the Earl Thomas thoughts

Although there could be so many more. I guess the first thing to say is: Earl Thomas III, I will miss you. Thousands of fellow fans will too. Some who say they won’t, will anyway. You’ve been the most interesting Seattle Seahawk... ever. There’s so much to say about the ET era — objectively the best years of the franchise — that it’s impossible to say it all. Which won’t deter me from presenting 29 thoughts, in no particular order, certainly not of importance, or chronological, or preference, or anything. Thanks, Earl. “Love is the highest frequency.” (1/29) That’s a...
Blogging The Boys Mar 15, 2019
It doesn’t look like the Cowboys were a real option for Earl Thomas in the end

It doesn’t look like the Cowboys were a real option for Earl Thomas in the end

Getting a little of the behind the scenes on the Earl Thomas decision. Earl Thomas is a member of the Baltimore Ravens and there are some Dallas Cowboys fans who are still trying to process this. This, of course, is because Thomas was supposed to be a Cowboy. It was a prophecy. Some time, long ago, Zeus and all the rest of the Greek gods got together and wrote in stone that one day ET would go home. I think that’s how it went down, anyway. That would not come to be obviously and everyone is trying to move on. Even Thomas is moving on as he was formally introduced by the Ravens. As he’s...
ClutchPoints Mar 15, 2019
Earl Thomas thought he was going to sign with Chiefs

Earl Thomas thought he was going to sign with Chiefs

Earl Thomas signed with the Baltimore Ravens earlier this week, inking a four-year, $55 million contract. He didn’t become the highest-paid safety in the NFL like he had hoped, but he still landed a pretty nice deal. However, before Thomas signed with the Ravens, he thought he was headed to the Kansas City Chiefs on […] The post Earl Thomas thought he was going to sign with Chiefs appeared first on ClutchPoints.
ClutchPoints Mar 15, 2019
Earl Thomas thinks Ravens have a ‘championship defense’

Earl Thomas thinks Ravens have a ‘championship defense’

Earl Thomas knows what it takes to build a Super Bowl-caliber defense. The six-time Pro Bowler was an integral factor to the Seattle Seahawks winning a championship in 2014, teaming with the hallowed Legion of Boom and several other standout performers to lead Seattle to the league’s stingiest defense, ranking first in both points and […] The post Earl Thomas thinks Ravens have a ‘championship defense’ appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Baltimore Sun Mar 15, 2019

In the 'chess match' of free agency, Ravens struck fast to win over Earl Thomas

Asked for a scouting report on his new Ravens teammate, running back Mark Ingram II offered this about Earl Thomas: “You’ve got to know where 29’s at.” But the safety who has willed himself into the NFL’s elite by knowing where everyone on the field is and just how to reach them acknowledged Friday...
The Seattle Times Mar 15, 2019
New Baltimore Ravens safety Earl Thomas looking forward to Seattle return: ‘I want to have a good game’

New Baltimore Ravens safety Earl Thomas looking forward to Seattle return: ‘I want to have a good game’

Thomas spoke to the Baltimore media Friday morning for the first time after signing with the Ravens earlier this week.

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