"I don't think I'll have any limitations," the All-Pro free safety said Tuesday at his second annual football camp, per The Seattle Times.
After coach Pete Carroll praised the safety's recovery and progress during OTAs, Thomas on Tuesday talked about entering camp with a "different appreciation" for this campaign, saying: "I've been battling this whole offseason just to give myself a chance to be productive this season and I think I did that."
Said Thomas: "I'm feeling really, really good. I'm feeling solid. That's all I can ask for going into this part of the season. I'm excited and ready to get back out there with the guys and try to take this thing, take it all the way."
A return to full health -- after winter whispers of retirement -- is nothing less than a coup for last year's NFC West champs.