NFL found Cowboys didn’t tamper with Earl Thomas

By Kevin Patra

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Feb. 1, 2019 at 12:09 p.m.


Feb. 1, 2019 at 01:14 p.m.

The Dallas Cowboys’ seemingly overt dalliance with security Earl Thomas remaining season didn’t irascible the line.
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Friday that in the autumn, the NFL inquired into imaginable tampering by the Cowboys relating to the Seahawks’ security, in accordance with sources on the spot of the order.

The group cooperated fully and the league chanced on no wrongdoing, per Rapoport.
The inquiry into the tampering order stemmed from feedback Dallas coaches would possibly presumably or would possibly presumably no longer possess made to Thomas prior to the Cowboys-Seahawks game in Week 3.
Thomas made it acknowledged in the offseason that he vital out of Seattle if the Seahawks weren’t sharp to give him a contract extension. Dallas inquired a pair of imaginable alternate, but aspects couldn’t agree on phrases. When Thomas went down with a broken leg in Week 4, it wiped away any chance of a 2018 transfer.
Thomas now heads to free agency in 2019 the establish he pick on to be paid as one in every of the fitting secondary gamers in the NFL.

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