On Friday, Michael Silver of NFL Network reported a "deal could still go down today or tonight" during the second and third rounds of the 2018 NFL draft. Silver noted the Hawks have enough cap space to keep Thomas if the right proposal doesn't materialize, though.
Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported the Seahawks are "open" to trading Thomas but aren't actively "trying" to move him:
The update comes after Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll seemingly downplayed the potential for Thomas to get moved during an interview with KJR's Dave Mahler last week.
"He's a Seahawk," Carroll said. "I don't know what everyone's talking about."
He added: "Heck yeah, he better be [at training camp]. He's on the roster. We're counting on him."
The Seahawks defense has already lost two cornerstones this offseason with the release of cornerback Richard Sherman, who signed with the NFC West rival San Francisco 49ers, and the trade of defensive end Michael Bennett to the Philadelphia Eagles.
Thomas has spent his entire career in Seattle since being selected with the 14th overall pick in the 2010 NFL draft. He's earned six Pro Bowl selections and three First Team All-Pro nods.
The 28-year-old Texas native is entering the final year of his contract, which carries a $10.4 million cap hit for 2018, per Spotrac.
If Thomas is traded, Kam Chancellor would be the last defensive back standing from the original Legion of Boom, and his future is uncertain because of a neck injury.