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Thomas says he’s considering retirement

On December 4, 2016 at 10:17 pm EST

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

On Sunday night, Earl Thomas suffered a leg injury. The Seattle Seahawks star is not expected to return against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday Night Football.

According to, he’s suffered a broken bone in his leg. He bent it awkwardly after trying to break up a long pass from Cam Newton.

He was carted off the field and into the locker room. He underwent an X-rays on crutches and, according to Pete Carroll via NBC Sports Sideline Reporter Michele Tafoya, he has a cracked tibia.

With his injury, he could be lost for the rest of the season. In the Legion of Boom, he could arguably be their best defensive player.


Earl Thomas leaving the field (Getty Images)

He had returned to the lineup for this game after missing the team’s game with the Philadelphia Eagles on Nov. 20 because of a hamstring injury.

According to Pro Football Reference, he has played in a 106 games in his career. When he plays, the Seahawks are 67-38-1.

That wasn’t the only tweet he sent out during his time away from the field. He also said this below. On the play, he was hit by Kam Chancellor, which could have caused the injury.

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