On Sunday, he became a former member of the team after they cut him from the roster. Thomas put up his fists at one point.
The Ravens are expected to try to void his $10 million guaranteed salary this season.
Thomas' behavior certainly isn't unique to his stint in Baltimore. The Ravens were getting a future Hall of Fame defender and their best playmaking ball hawk since Ed Reed. The two argued on the sideline and Thomas allegedly punched Clark.
The action stems from Thomas' fray with defensive back Chuck Clark at practice after Thomas admittedly blew a coverage assignment. Thomas entered the training room when Williams was getting dressed and expressed frustration over Williams being inactive. That said, Thomas would probably appeal that decision.
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By comparison, the state had 5,000 firefighters assigned to the Mendocino Complex Fire in 2018, the largest fire in state history. Brunton said he was "sickened" to learn that a fire commander was robbed while helping co-ordinate efforts on Saturday.
Thomas played in 15 games in his first season with Baltimore. The lasting final image of Thomas with the Seattle Seahawks is him leaving the field on an injury cart, with his broken left leg in an air cast and his right middle finger extended toward Seahawks coach Pete Carroll. Those aspirations will have to push through even with the veteran Thomas now out of the picture. The Ravens thought Thomas would add an edge to the defense.
Per Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, "everything is on the table" for Thomas, including being released by the team. In 2019, he logged just two interceptions for Baltimore, and his most notable plays were highlights for opponents: a 88-yard touchdown for Nick Chubb and a strong stiff arm for Derrick Henry in the playoffs.
Thomas, a seven-time Pro Bowler, racked up 49 tackles, two interceptions, and two sacks through 15 games in his only season with the Ravens past year.
Now, Thomas will have to stay at home until another team comes calling.