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VIDEO: Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas is hilarious in new Old Spice spot

Seattle Seahawks free safety Earl Thomas might be the most intense defensive back ever to play professional football, but if you’ve ever seen him play you knew that already. What you may not know is that he also has a healthy sense of humor. In this new video by Old Spice Thomas shows his lighter side. Check it out: It’s great to see any defensive back, let alone Thomas get...
Via cover32 - Seahawks
12 hours ago  |  Discuss

Earl Thomas is not happy with the way Seahawks’ games are being officiated

It seems like frustration is starting to mount for the Seattle Seahawks. The players were not happy with the 28-26 loss to St. Louis Rams and on top of that, they have the distraction that the team’s front office caused by trading Percy Harvin to the New York Jets. Safety Earl Thomas, who has been critical of his teammates, now has a beef with the league. Thomas made it clear that...
Via No Guts, No Glory
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Earl Thomas: ‘We’re playing the referees too’

Seahawks safety Earl Thomas was asked if he was surprised if the Rams’ fumble at the end of Seattle’s 28-26 loss wasn’t reviewed. It looked as if Sherman had recovered the fumble initially, but the Rams’ retained possession and ran out the clock. “Yeah,” Thomas said. “At least give us a shot. But you know what? I’m not surprised with the referees this season. If...
Via Pro Sports Daily
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Earl Thomas: Refs need to stay out of it and let us dominate

Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas wasn’t afriad to question the officiating following his team’s 28-26 loss to the St. Louis Rams on Sunday. Despite the fact that Seattle fell down 21-3 due to horrendous play early on, it was able to pull to within two points before a controversial ruling in St. Louis’ favor on a Tre Mason fumble enabled the Rams to kneel down in victory...
Via Sportsnaut
1 day ago  |  Discuss

PHOTO: Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant and Seattle Seahawks DB Earl Thomas Swap Gear After Game

Opponents on the football field often do not like each other. They hate each other with a passion, talk trash about the other all week, sometimes throw punches during the game, and then talk smack to reporters before heading home/to the airport. They may shake hands after the game, but even that doesn't mean they like each other.That was not the case with Cowboys wide receiver...
Via FatManWriting
8 days ago  |  Discuss

Earl Thomas: Refs tried to make Monday's game close for TV

The Seattle Seahawks were called for 13 penalties that totaled 90 yards during their win over the Washington Redskins on Monday night. Percy Harvin had three touchdowns called back in the game, sending his fantasy football owners to the brink of insanity. Seahawks safety Earl Thomas believes the officials were intentionally trying to keep the...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Earl Thomas say NFL refs were trying to keep Monday night’s game close

I had an ugly thought during the middle of Monday night’s game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Washington Redacted. There’s no dout that Seattle’s offensive line was playing sloppy once again, but the number of flags that were thrown to penalize them seemed way out of proportion. Just ask wide receiver Percy Harvin, who had three touchdowns called back by penalties ...
Via cover32 - Seahawks
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Earl Thomas: Officials threw flags to keep game close

Seahawks safety Earl Thomas believes the officials penalized them a lot during Monday night’s game against the Redskins in order to keep the game close. Seattle's Earl Thomas said the officials threw a lot of flags on his team because it's Monday Night Football and they had to make it close. — Zac Boyer (@ZacBoyer) October 7, 2014 Percy Harvin alone had three touchdowns...
Via Pro Football Zone
14 days ago  |  Discuss

Earl Thomas compares the Seahawks defense to James Brown

Seahawks safety Earl Thomas believes their defense is like the musician James Brown. “It made me realize that we’re different,” Thomas said,m via ESPN.com. “It really did, in a lot of ways. We’re in sync and we’re swarming the ball. We just have a different sound. It’s funky and nasty; James Brown-type stuff. It’s very unique.” This is certainly an interesting comparison...
Via Pro Football Zone
September 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Did you know: Seahawks have zero defensive holding penalties?

The NFL and their teams wanted to cry about the Seahawks rough defense, but the only team to not have one defensive holding penalty is the Seahawks themselves. @brian_mcintyre: Only one team has not been flagged for a defensive holding penalty: The Seattle Seahawks, the team many blame for “point of emphasis” flags That sounds […] The post Did you know: Seahawks have zero...
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
August 24, 2014  |  Discuss
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