Seahawks’ Earl Thomas taunts Cowboys after they failed to trade for him

Posted September 24, 2018

Thomas added that he expects to be fined, telling reporters, "I'm sure I'll have a slip in my locker".

Elliott said he needs to have "better awareness" of where he is on the field and felt the fumble "cost us the game".

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Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott posted almost eight yards per carry against the Seahawks on Sunday, but it wasn't a particularly good day for him.

The Seahawks appear to be fed up with Earl Thomas' latest behavior after the safety missed practice twice this past week to deal with personal matters. If they were invested in me, I would be out there practicing.

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After the game, Thomas indicated that several Cowboys coaches told him the team would be trading for him on Monday.

Dallas reportedly already offered a second-round pick for Thomas, but the Seahawks wanted more.

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To judge from the contract stalemate and the ball-hawking safety's reaction, its seems likely that he will be an ex-Seahawk by the trade deadline, and quite possibly as soon as Monday. Fueled by Thomas going into their locker room past year and telling head coach Jason Garrett to "come get me", many believed that the All-Pro safety would play this season in a Cowboys uniform instead of the blue and green of Seattle.