Earl Thomas arrest warrant: Former NFL safety wanted for allegedly violating protective order, report says

According to Austin American Statesman, a judge in Austin, Texas, has issued an arrest warrant for

former Allpro security chief Earl Thomas. Police said Thomas had violated

her protective order by sending a threatening message to a woman about

him and her children. According to court records obtained by

American Statesman, on April 27, Thomas signed a warrant charged with a third degree

felony for violating a protective order more than once within 12 months.

As of Friday afternoon, Thomas has not been sent to Travis County Jail.