Earl Thomas (29) grabs his injured left hamstring while covering a deep pass by Philadelphia quarterback Carson Wentz. The Seahawks’ three-time All-Pro free safety is unlikely to play Sunday at Tampa Bay. He has a team defensive-record 106 consecutive regular-season starts to begin his career.
Earl Thomas (29) grabs his injured left hamstring while covering a deep pass by Philadelphia quarterback Carson Wentz. The Seahawks’ three-time All-Pro free safety is unlikely to play Sunday at Tampa Bay. He has a team defensive-record 106 consecutive regular-season starts to begin his career. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
Earl Thomas (29) grabs his injured left hamstring while covering a deep pass by Philadelphia quarterback Carson Wentz. The Seahawks’ three-time All-Pro free safety is unlikely to play Sunday at Tampa Bay. He has a team defensive-record 106 consecutive regular-season starts to begin his career. Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com
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