Thomas, who is still recovering from offseason shoulder surgery, was doing some non-contact drills during practice on Tuesday though he stood out in a bright red non-contact jersey.
Don't be surprised if that stays on for a little while.
Due to the delicate nature of Thomas' injury, Seattle would obviously be wise to let it heal completely before forcing him back on the field. The Legion Of Boom is only as great as the sum of all its parts, but Thomas may be one of the few that is deemed absolutely essential. His ability to read quarterbacks is among the best in the NFL.
In other injury news Tuesday:
- Buffalo fans are holding their breath after LeSean McCoy grabbed his leg during red zone work during Tuesday's practice. The team said he left practice with a hamstring injury and is going for an MRI. Coach Rex Ryan said Percy Harvin's hip injury is worse than they thought, a Bills beat writer reported. They hope he's back for the Pittsburgh game.
- Bills running back Karlos Williams, hospitalized on Monday with intense pain, apparently has a "serious" condition, according to The Buffalo News. Per the report, he could be out for "weeks." Williams turned some heads during the Bills' preseason opener, rushing for 40 yards and a touchdown. He also added 23 yards receiving.