Seven-time Pro Bowl safety Earl Thomas was sent home from the Baltimore Ravens team facility on Friday following a fight with teammate Chuck Clark, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported Saturday morning.
The Ravens returned to the practice field on Saturday, but Thomas was not there, Pelissero added.
Thomas is in his second season with the Ravens after a nine-year run with the Seattle Seahawks that ended following another infamous incident.
Clark is entering his fourth NFL season — all with the Ravens.
Thomas, 31, started 15 games at strong safety and earned a Pro Bowl bid in his first year with Baltimore last season, while Clark, 25, started 10 games at free safety.
Thomas headed to Baltimore as a free agent ahead of the 2019 season. His run in Seattle ended with him hoping for a new contract, but instead being carted off with a broken leg and flipping off the Seahawks sideline.
As pointed out by Pelissero, Thomas’ dismissal from the team facility is a situation to monitor.
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