2019: Blue Bombers
Thomas remains one of the most-underrated players not only on the Bomber roster, but across the Canadian Football League. He posted career-high totals in both tackles (22) and sacks (5) while appearing in all 18 regular-season games and three postseason contests.
The veteran tackle remains the longest-serving player on the Bomber roster and, as a result, was the first to hoist the Grey Cup during the celebration following the victory over Hamilton.
Thomas signed a one-year contract extension to remain with the club on January 4, 2021.
2018: Blue Bombers
After a late return to the club in May of 2018, Thomas dressed for all 18 regular season and two playoff games and recorded three sacks, 17 tackles and forced two fumbles.
Thomas signed a one-year contract extension on January 8, 2019.
2017: Blue Bombers
Thomas put together his best statistical season as a Bomber, picking up 21 tackles, four sacks and recording his first career interception in 18 games with the Bombers.
2016: Blue Bombers
Played in 16 games as a regular across the defensive line’s rotation. Made 16 defensive tackles and a pair of fumble recoveries as part of the club’s impressive +29 turnover ratio in 2016. Recorded two tackles and a quarterback sack in the West Semi-Final at BC. Had a streak of 62 consecutive games played end on September 5th, 2016.
2015: Blue Bombers
Dressed in all 18 games for the second year in a row, recording 16 tackles, one sack and three tackles for a loss.
2014: Blue Bombers
Stepped up with more playing time and began to flash his skills, with 20 tackles and four tackles in 18 games.
2013: Blue Bombers
Missed the 2013 season opener, but then dressed for the remaining 17 games. Picked up his first career sack and also made his first career start against Hamilton on November 2nd.
2012: Blue Bombers
Thomas was drafted by the Bombers in the fourth round, 29th overall, in the 2012 CFL Draft and dressed for 13 games as a rookie. He finished the year with one tackle, but also forced a fumble in the dying seconds of a 23-22 win over Edmonton on July 26th.
Played in all 8 games in his final season with the Acadia Axemen and finished second in the AUS conference with nine sacks. Named to the AUS Conference All-Star Team and was also Second Team All-Canadian in 2010. Played for Team Canada at the 2011 IFAF World Championships in Austria.