Seattle might or might not be in talks with other teams about trading the safety. Thomas seems to know about as much as we do.
“Hopefully I stay, but right now, nobody knows,” Thomas said recent in an interview with “Off the Ball” while visiting Ireland, via Brady Henderson of ESPN. “It’s a guessing game, so we’ll see.”
Thomas has one year left on a four-year, $40 million extension he signed after the 2013 season that made him the league’s highest-paid safety. He is scheduled to make $8.5 million in 2018.
Thomas already has threatened to holdout if he doesn’t get a new deal.
“In my case, whether I’m in Seattle or anywhere else, I’m going to be rich and happy regardless,” Thomas said. “So it’s a cut-throat league, but if you’re at the top of your game and you don’t give them any reasons to devalue, you’re good. That’s just how I look at it.”