Safety Earl Thomas finally explained why he flipped off the Seahawks sideline as he was carted off during a game against the Cardinals on Sept. 30.
Thomas, 29, held out of training camp leading up to the 2018 season in order to receive a contract extension. Negotiations failed, and after he suffered a season ending broken leg in Week 4, he gave the middle finger to Seattle's side.
While Thomas was looking to become the highest player at his position heading into free agency, he finally signed a four-year contract worth up to $55 million with the Ravens last week. Landon Collins became the highest paid safety after agreeing to a six-year, $84 million deal with Washington.