Cowboys fans are campaigning for Jerry Jones to sign Earl Thomas originally appeared on NBC Sports Northwest
Although the Cowboys did make a statement score first in the game, their secondary has been taking a beating from Russell Wilson and company.
Seattle’s pass attack has been evident all game so far, with Wilson connecting with Lockett for two touchdowns in the game.
The Cowboys secondary has been banged up all year, and fans are pretty tired of it at this point and have figured out a solution:
Bring in Earl Thomas.
Hey @Earl_Thomas,— Cameron Magruder (@ScooterMagruder) September 27, 2020
Me again. Just wondering if you’re keeping in shape. Always be ready.
Earl Thomas wouldn’t have allowed that to happen btw👍🏽— 𝙹𝚊𝚖𝚒𝚞𝚜✭ (1-2) (@PeakPrescott) September 27, 2020
Earl Thomas reads that and knocks it away for anyone that’s curious— ✭ForeverCowboys✭ (@ForeverCowboys_) September 27, 2020
I HAVE CAMPAIGNED ON UNDISPUTED FOR JERRY JONES TO SIGN EARL THOMAS, NO MATTER HIS BAGGAGE. IMAGINE HOW INSPIRATIONAL AND VALUABLE HE'D HAVE BEEN TODAY, PLAYING HIS ORIGINAL TEAM IN SEATTLE. THE COWBOY SAFETIES ARE ANYTHING BUT SAFE.— Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless) September 27, 2020
Jerry jones calling Earl Thomas after that td pic.twitter.com/mkbtTXp19Q— X (@ThatCowboysFanX) September 27, 2020
The All-Pro safety is a Texas native and he’s said in the past that he’d like to play for the Cowboys and fans want to see Jerry Jones make the move to bring him back home.
Thomas was recently released by the Ravens in training camp because of an altercation with a teammate in practice.
The Cowboys have reportedly held discussions about a Thomas signing, but have stayed away for now.
If the Cowboys start the season 1-2, perhaps Jones will hear the cries of the fans and make a move to bring in the veteran safety for some help.
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