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Thomas still considering retirement

On December 5, 2016 at 10:13 pm EST

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

Apparently Earl Thomas’ retirement talk is real. According to ESPN‘s Adam Schefter, the Seattle Seahawks safety is still considering walking away from the game.

Thomas was injured on Sunday Night Football against the Carolina Panthers. He was trying to break up a deep Cam Newton pass when he collided with fellow safety Kam Chancellor.

On Monday, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said that Thomas would be done for the year. He broke his tibia on the play when he was hit by Chancellor.

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.

Earl Thomas (Getty Images)

Earl Thomas (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.

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