Seahawks unfazed by Earl Thomas' one-finger salute


Defensive back Earl Thomas #29 of the Seattle Seahawks gestures as he leaves the field on a cart after being injured.

The Seahawks, who lost star safety Earl Thomas to a leg injury in the fourth quarter, are 2-2.

Thomas suffered a season-ending injury to the same leg in December of 2016 and it's believed that this ailment is of the same variety.

"We'd made such a good turn, heading in a good direction and then he has to deal with that", Carroll said of the injury.

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"I know there's been a lot of talk about it", coach Pete Carroll said during his Monday morning radio show on 710 ESPN Seattle. This was an earth-shattering moment for the kid. "He's trying to play this game he loves and all the sudden, this happens again". "He knew exactly what happened to him so he went right to what it's going to take to get back". So give him a little slack. "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.

One of the final members of the Seattle Seahawks's Legion of Boom likely ended his career on the team with an explosion. "This is a very, very hard moment that most people would never understand what this is about".

A six-time Pro Bowler and three-time All-Pro, Thomas had recorded three interceptions through the first three games of the season.