Earl Thomas, a veteran safety, is looking to resume his NFL career.

Seven-time Pro Bowl safety Earl ThomasAfter being out of the NFL for two seasons, he wants to return to the NFL.

Thomas sent ESPN's Adam Schefter a text on Friday: “I'm ready.” “I'm in good shape. “I'm proud to say that my timing is perfect.

Thomas, who will be 33 years old in May, hasn’t played since being released to the Baltimore RavensTwo days after he punched his teammate, August 2020. Chuck ClarkDuring a training camp practice.

Thomas is a physical and brash player who was once considered one the best safetyties in the NFL. He was named All-Pro first-team from 2012 to 2014. Seattle Seahawks“Legion of Boom” Thomas' relationship to the Seahawks became fraught in 2018, when he was fired. flashed his right middle finger toward coach Pete CarrollWhile being taken off with a fractured leg.

Thomas was signed to the Ravens' five-year, $55million contract. It included $32 Million in guaranteed money. This is the biggest amount ever given to a franchise free agent. He only lasted 17 month in Baltimore. His turbulent time was marred by missed meetings, heated confrontations between teammates, and two interceptions.

The fourth practice of the year's training camp saw the Ravens reach their breaking point. Thomas made a mistake and Clark, normally calm, ripped his helmet off and threw the helmet to the ground. Thomas then punched ClarkA source stated that.

Thomas was cut by Baltimore. He posted to Twitter: “Had great run…Wish things could have ended differently, but you live & you learn.”

Thomas was granted one free agent visit, and met with the Houston TexansIn September 2020. Thomas joined the Texans as was anticipated. was never signed.

He filed a grievance to the Ravens seeking his $10 million guaranteed salary for 2020. Baltimore declined to pay Thomas, citing that he had committed misconduct in violation of his contract. Eric DeCosta, Ravens General Manager, stated in February that Thomas' grievance hadn't been resolved.

DeCosta said, “We'll keep discussing that in an efficient fashion, and maybe at some point this year, we will have something to share on that.”

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