By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
According to Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, safety Earl Thomas will miss the rest of the season. Thomas suffered the season-ending tibia injury against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday Night Football.
He was carted off the field and into the locker room. He underwent an X-rays on crutches and, according to Carroll via NBC Sports Sideline Reporter Michele Tafoya, he has a cracked tibia.
In the Legion of Boom, they will be without arguably be their best defensive player.
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.
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