A person with knowledge of the deal said Thomas and the Seahawks have reached agreement on a $40-million, four-year contract extension. The person spoke to the Associated Press on Monday on the condition of anonymity because there had been no announcement from the team.
Thomas, a two-time first-team All-Pro, could have gone into the 2014 season with free agency on the horizon. Instead, Seattle made sure to lock up the most important cog of its defense. Seattle previously locked up Coach
Thomas was Seattle's second-leading tackler last season and added five interceptions.
Officer Paul Metcalf, a D.C. police spokesman, confirmed Monday night that a man named Josh Morgan was arrested early Sunday and charged with simple assault, a misdemeanor. The Bears said they were aware of "Josh Morgan's presence at a weekend incident in Washington, D.C.," and are gathering information.
Morgan agreed to a one-year contract with Chicago last week. He played for Washington for each of the previous two seasons.
Kosar had been charged with drunk driving in September, but he entered a plea to the lesser charge and received a $750 fine and suspended jail sentence.