"Always been the underdog ain't nothing new," Thomas wrote on Instagram. "Extend .....if you don't want me let's make a trade happen I understand it's a bizz."
Thomas skipped last month's mandatory minicamp, insisting he will not participate in team activities until the Seahawks extend a contract that has just one year and $8.5 million remaining.
Thomas raised eyebrows around the league when he invited the Cowboys to "come get me" after a late-December clash between the two clubs. If not for Dallas' refusal to part with the No. 50 overall pick, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported after the 2018 NFL Draft, Thomas would likely be wearing a star on his helmet.
If the rebuilding Seahawks aren't going to pay the 29-year-old safety what he envisions, perhaps they will reach the realization that they are better off getting what they can before the situation reaches a boiling point.