Cowboys offered 2nd-round pick for Seahawks safety Earl Thomas

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll and defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr. on the sideline of their final preseason game against the Oakland Raiders

Thomas' reaction to the lack of a resolution was clear in his post: "The disrespect has been noted and will not be forgotten".

NFL insider Adam Schefter reports that the Cowboys offered a second round NFL Draft pick to Seattle for star defensive back Earl Thomas.

While playing at UCF, Griffin helped the Knights to an undefeated season in his final year while earning SI All-Bowl Team honors for his performance in the Peach Bowl vs.

He has racked up fines of more than $1.5 million in terms of missed practice days and bonuses the team could recoup.

NFL Network reporter Ian Rapoport said Wednesday that Thomas will play out the final year of his deal in Seattle and that the Seahawks agreed to wipe out nearly all of his fines for not showing up to training camp. Aside from suffering a broken leg late in the 2016 season, Thomas has been a durable starter from the time he arrived in the league. Time will tell, but for now, Thomas will remain in Seattle. Seattle has reportedly fielded offers.

A second-round pick would replace the second-rounder Seattle doesn't have in 2019 as part of the deal to acquire left tackle Duane Brown from Houston last October. That likelihood, apparently, is enough to keep the Cowboys brass from ponying up whatever pot-sweeteners Seattle now wants.

Seattle has no incentive to trade him as they are benefitting financially from him skipping out. Like Chancellor, Thomas is reporting without the team having done anything with his contract.

The Broncos lead the all-time series against their former AFC West foe 34-21, but the last time they beat the Seahawks was in 2010, the year Earl Thomas was drafted by the Seahawks (with a selection that belonged to the Denver Broncos).

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