Earl Thomas Carted Off the Field With Leg Injury

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The Seattle safety's left leg buckled as he tackled Williams in the end zone. "So I don't know what happened after that".

"He said make sure we win this game", said linebacker Bobby Wagner, the last teammate to address Thomas before he was carted into the locker room. "He went right to what it's going to take to get back ... and this is emotional as you can get, but he was very chilled about it on the field", Carroll said.

While it seemed like the Seahawks came close to trading him to Dallas this off-season, no deal was completed and Thomas ended his holdout to return to the team's lineup in week one.

"Give him a little slack", Carroll continued.

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Thomas had played eight seasons since Seattle selected him out of Texas with the 14th overall pick of the 2010 National Football League draft. "This is a very, very hard moment that most people would never understand what that was all about". Thomas had an acrimonious relationship with the Seahawks all offseason. He had held out the entire preseason and even practice this week, though he had been playing in regular season games. I don't think nothing of it.

"Earl wanted an extension and at the end of the day he didn't get that".

It would appear that the Seahawks overplayed their hand, and Thomas' gesture literally adds insult to injury.

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