Thomas had multiple stints on the Broncos' 53-man roster this season, totaling five tackles in six games. The 27-year-old spent his first four years in Pittsburgh before moving on to Buffalo and Denver the past two seasons, respectively, and primarily served as a special teams contributor for each club.
The Broncos waived Thomas on Monday, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
Thomas -- who was mostly used on special teams -- signed with the Broncos in early September. If he clears waivers, Denver may have some interest in bringing him back to their practice squad.
Thomas' vision in his left eye is no longer blurry, Mike Klis of 9News Denver reports.
Thomas was not hit in the left eye, but it did go blurry enough where he couldn't see out of it. A trip to the hospital helped clear the vision completely, but it's unclear if Thomas will be able to resume practicing immediately.
Thomas doesn't have a detached retina, contrary to a previous report, according to Mike Klis of 9News Denver.
A detached retina would've called for immediate surgery to save Thomas' vision. He's still being evaluated by Broncos' trainers, and it isn't clear when he'll be able to return to the field.
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