Earl Thomas trade rumors: Seahawks S asked about chatter

QB Russell Wilson'ready to go after slipping on turf Monday night

QB Russell Wilson'ready to go after slipping on turf Monday night

The Seahawks are seeking their first win of the season in a Week 3 matchup against the Dallas Cowboys at CenturyLink Field.

It's been an offseason of change for the Seahawks, but some of the pains from last season have carried into their 2018 campaign.

It was a awful day for the Cowboys' starting running back. Both issues can be tackled by moving the chains, though Seattle ranks 29th in the league in successful third down conversion attempts. "Me being a leader on the team, me being a better player on this team, I got to do a better job of taking care of the ball". Heath's replacement, Kavon Frazier, was late to rotate over and Lockett went untouched, high-stepping the final few yards for a 14-3 lead. Running back Chris Carson added 99 yards and a touchdown himself. However, the Chiefs have emerged as a strong suitor as the team has a strong need to address their defense that has had difficulty in the first couple of weeks against the pass.

For Earl Thomas, Sunday began with reports that multiple teams - including his opponent, the Dallas Cowboys - were interested in opening up trade talks with the Seattle Seahawks for his services. The All-Pro safety ended his holdout earlier this month, and the conversation took a backseat until Friday, when Carroll was asked why Thomas wasn't a participant in practice.

In case anyone was unsure of the motivation behind Thomas's act, which earned Seattle a penalty, he spelled it out after the game. We'll see how he's doing. "We'll make sure he's okay".

"I felt like that was just in the moment and if they were going to trade for me and extend me, they should have did it", Thomas said of his bow that drew a 15-yard penalty.

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