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Breaking down free-agent safety Earl Thomas’ highlights from 2018

Breaking down free-agent safety Earl Thomas’ highlights from 2018

The ex-Seahawks safety seems to have moved on. Could the 49ers be a fit for the 29-year old? With the San Francisco 49ers and Robert Saleh trying to emulate the Seattle Seahawks’ successful defense, they have continued failing at two important positions: edge rusher and free safety. In each of the previous two drafts since installing this defense, fans have loved safeties who get an Earl Thomas comparison — so why not sign the real thing, now that he’s a free agent? A free agent from very same team the 49ers are trying to emulate. Safety Earl Thomas had a tumultuous 2018 on and off...
Blogging The Boys Feb 15, 2019
Cowboys news: Earl Thomas ramps up campaign to become a Cowboy, again

Cowboys news: Earl Thomas ramps up campaign to become a Cowboy, again

Earl Thomas has never stopped wanting to be a Cowboy and he got the conversation started once again on social media. Earl Thomas Endorses Projected Landing Spot - Taylor Stern, Dallas CowboysThomas shared a clip of NFL Network projecting him to land in Dallas during this year's free agency, ostensibly endorsing the projected landing spot. The safety shared a clip from the NFL Network, with the crew discussing the possible situations for Thomas who is unlikely to return to Seattle. View this post on Instagram This is a fun time for me I’m embracing this...
Blogging The Boys Feb 17, 2019
Cowboys free agency: Earl Thomas is worth the price if he can help Cowboys defense get takeaways

Cowboys free agency: Earl Thomas is worth the price if he can help Cowboys defense get takeaways

Why the Cowboys should look to free agency for defenders capable of getting takeaways. There has been some offseason chatter about how the Cowboys don’t really have many pressing needs. Maybe there is some truth to that statement as the Cowboys did take care of their most glaring need at receiver by way of a midseason trade for Amari Cooper. Dallas will enter this year’s draft without a first-round pick but it was well-spent on the 24-year-old receiver that already has three 1,000+ yard receiving campaigns. However, just because there are no glaring holes on the roster doesn’t mean...

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