Earl Thomas flips off Seahawks sideline as he's carted off field

NFL Star Flips Off His Teammates As He’s Carted Off Field With Injury

Earl Thomas appeared to flip off the Seahawks sideline while being carted off

Seahawks reporter Terry Blount says the salute was directed toward the Seattle sideline (you can see it here).

Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas suffered a lower leg fracture in Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals, according to the team.

As Thomas had his left leg in an air cast and was being carted to the locker room, he was shown by cameras flipping the middle finger.

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"Earl Thomas leaving the field looking across the field to the Seahawks sideline". "So I don't know what happened after that".

Teammates formed a circle around him before the injury cart came and shuttled him away from the field. This was an earth-shattering moment for a kid.

"Give him a little slack", Carroll continued.

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It looks like the final piece of the Legion of Boom could have played his last game as a Seattle Seahawks. "This is a very, very hard moment that most people wouldn't understand what that was all about". "I just think that we communicated well, and he knew how much I cared about him and I know how much he cares about this game and all that he's up against", he said. Thomas, Seattle's first-round pick in 2010, has been one of the best safeties in the National Football League throughout the decade.

Thomas, a three-time All-Pro, held out at the start of training camp before returning a week before the season despite not being granted an extension.

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