Ravens safety Earl Thomas is on his last leg in Baltimore after a physical altercation with fellow safety Chuck Clark at practice on Friday. Not many details were released on the incident but Coach Jim Harbaugh didn’t mince words when it came to how he felt about the situation. A day later it was reported that Thomas was asked to leave the facility and not come back. Now, it appears that is a permanent decision as the Ravens announced they are officially releasing Thomas.
With Covid-19 making trades difficult, it makes sense that the Ravens course of action is to release him and take the $10 million cap hit. A potential landing spot for the Pro Bowl safety could be the Dallas Cowboys who are rumored to have an interest in him.
This recent incident with Thomas comes a few months after he was held at gunpoint by his wife. The Ravens found out about the situation when Thomas posted a statement on social media. This latest issue seems to be exactly what permanently severed his relationship with the team.