“Being sent home sucks. I can’t take the reps I need to keep the momentum going. But I can reflect on things and keep working my plan to help the team win. mental error on my part. A busted coverage that I tried to explain calmly [met] with built-up aggression turned into me getting into with a teammate,” was posted by the famous Earl Thomas. later, he had deleted the post.
He was sent home Friday after a fiery on-field argument with teammate Chuck Clark. The incident got heated when Thomas and Clark started yelling at each other and the teammates and coaches had to stop them before situation could go out of hand..
This was not the first time, Earl had a scene with his team member, even back in 2019, the second season with Baltimore, he had a dispute with a Ravens teammate Brandon Williams,
Pete Carroll, who had spent nine years with the Pro Bowl safety in Seattle said, “It’s been a tough time for Earl. That’s a hard situation. I feel bad for him (and) wish he could have avoided that from happening, whatever that was … That’s a bad state to get in when they send you home.”
However, after the thorough watch to the incident, it was disclosed that “Thomas’ future was likely to come Sunday, but the longer the safety is absent the more realistic the chances are that he is traded or released by Baltimore, “said nfl