Report: Ravens to move on from safety Earl Thomas

Baltimore Ravens safety Earl Thomas III (29) looks on in the first quarter against the Tennessee Titans in a AFC Divisional Round playoff football game at M&T Bank Stadium.
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Earl Thomas' tenure in Baltimore has reportedly come to an end.

The 31-year-old safety will be either released or traded by the Ravens on Sunday, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Should Thomas be released, the Dallas Cowboys are the favorite to land the seven-time Pro Bowler.

Thomas was asked to leave practice on Friday after he punched safety Chuck Clark following a blown coverage. The two needed to be held back from one another. In an "organizational decision," The safety was held out from attending practice on Saturday as a result.

Thomas, a three-time All-Pro, signed a four-year, $55 million deal with Baltimore in March of 2019. 

Last year, in Thomas' first year as a Raven, he played in 15 games and made two interceptions with 49 total tackles. Previously, he spent nine years in Seattle where he made up part of the famed "Legion of Boom" secondary.

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