Player Flips The Bird To Sideline

The Seattle Seahawks will be without safety Earl Thomas for the rest of the year after he fractured his leg in the third quarter of Sunday's win against the Cardinals. 

Thomas held out the preseason because of his contract and while he was being carted off of the field, appeared to flip his middle finger toward the Seattle sidleline. 

Thomas was hurt on the play that resulted in Arizona's game-tying touchdown from Josh Rosen to receiver Chad Williams.

Several Seahawks teammates knelt around him while holding hands as members of the team's medical staff tended to Thomas. A few Cardinals players, including Larry Fitzgerald, came over to offer their support, as well.