Thomas was carted off the field with his leg in a cast, and seemed to make an obscene gesture towards his own team's sideline.
Unfortunately for Thomas, his chances of getting a new contract aren't good as the All-Pro safety broke his leg in the team's 20-17 win over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday. Rosen's 22-yard touchdown pass to Chad Williams tied the game. The Seahawks countered by standing pat, apparently risking losing Thomas at the end of the 2018 season without any real compensation, or worse, losing him earlier with an injury. Unfortunately for the Seahawks, he won't be in the games, either. He's trying to play this game he loves and all of sudden this happens again.
Some of Thomas' teammates said they understood his frustration.
Mourinho slams players as West Ham twist the knife
Manchester United are now occupying 10th position on the Premier League standings with ten points after seven games played this term.
Things just got that much more hard for the 1-2 Seahawks, who are locked in a tight affair with the division rival Arizona Cardinals. I don't think nothing of it. Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell, who hasn't reported to the team this season, replied to a post on Instagram post that featured Wagner's quote by writing: "smh exactly.get right bro bro @earl!" The rookie was carted to the locker room in the first quarter with a knee injury.
He's in the final year of his contract, and has said he plans to focus on staying healthy.
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