Seahawks' Thomas gives 'free safety advice'
SEATTLE - Sports Illustrated's 'Extra Mustard' website pulled quite the stunt Friday.
The magazine invited Seahawks' starting free safety Earl Thomas to downtown Seattle, and rolled cameras as he attempted to give "free safety advice" to people on the street.
Thomas was seen sitting in a makeshift booth at Pike Place Market, giving tips like "look both ways before you cross the street," to curious visitors. He also urged people to change their email password, and asked for people to please not drop banana peels on the street.
Thomas and the Seahawks are on the field tomorrow against Atlanta.