Thomas had seven tackles and a sack in the Ravens' loss to the Titans in the AFC divisional round. The veteran fell one tackle short of his season high and added the first postseason sack of his career when he came screaming off the edge to bring down Ryan Tannehill. Thomas had a reasonably successful first season as a Raven overall after missing most of 2018 due to a fractured tibia, finishing with 49 total tackles, two interceptions and two sacks while not missing a game due to injury. He'll enter 2020 on the second year of his four-year, $55 million deal.
Thomas (knee/hand) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Erik Bacharach of The Tennessean reports. Thomas sat out Tuesday's practice for non-injury reasons, and he's now resumed participating without any limitations. The veteran safety is on track to play his usual every-down role in Baltimore's secondary during Saturday's divisional-round tilt against the Titans.
Thomas (knee/hand) didn't participate at Tuesday's practice for non-injury reasons. The veteran safety sat out Week 17 with knee and hand issues since the Ravens already locked up the top seed in the AFC, but those injuries are no longer listed on the injury report. Thomas figures to retake the practice field later in the week, but barring a setback his availability for Saturday isn't in question.
Thomas (knee/hand) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Steelers. Thomas didn't practice all week, but he wasn't expected to play anyway with the Ravens locking up the top seed in the AFC. Jordan Richards is expected to start at free safety in Thomas' place. At this point, there doesn't appear to be any major concern about Thomas' ability to play in the Ravens' first playoff game.
Thomas (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's season finale against the Steelers. This news is a bit surprising, especially considering coach John Harbaugh had originally stated that Thomas would sit out Week 17. Despite the questionable tag, it's likely that the Pro Bowler will be rested, leaving Jordan Richards to handle free safety duties Sunday.
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