The Seahawks expect FS Earl Thomas (broken tibia) to be ready for Week 1 of the 2017 season.
Seahawks FS Earl Thomas (broken leg) tweeted Saturday night that he'll "definitely be back next year."
In an interview with NFL Network's Rich Eisen on Tuesday, Earl Thomas (broken leg) said he's caught "in between" retirement and continuing his career.
ESPN's Josina Anderson reports people close to Earl Thomas (broken leg, injured reserve) said the safety will "be okay" and "just needs time."
Appearing on ESPN's Monday Night Football halftime show, Adam Schefter reported Seahawks FS Earl Thomas (broken leg, injured reserve) is "still considering retirement."
Coach Pete Carroll confirmed FS Earl Thomas suffered a broken tibia in Week 13 and is done for the season.
Seahawks FS Earl Thomas was carted off with a cracked tibia in Week 13 against the Panthers.
Updating an earlier report, Seahawks FS Earl Thomas (hamstring) returned to a full practice on Wednesday.
Seahawks FS Earl Thomas (hamstring) remains day to day.
Seahawks FS Earl Thomas (hamstring) has been downgraded to out for Week 12.
Seahawks FS Earl Thomas (hamstring) is listed as doubtful for Week 12 at Tampa Bay.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Earl Thomas has a "first-degree" hamstring strain.
Earl Thomas exited Week 11 against the Eagles with a hamstring injury.
The Seahawks are emphasizing "pursuit and effort" this offseason.