There's an argument to just cut him now and replace him with Gray instead. I generally like Wharton and his pieces, but this seems a bit premature. I can't say I've followed Thomas' career though. Maybe the writing has already been on the wall for him. Would seem like some sort of indictment against Gase cutting a player he brought in, although that doesn't necessarily have to be true. You never know what you're getting until you see them in action. Although it's that exact reason that suggests you have to let Julius Thomas get some genuine game time in before making a move on him. And even then, is Gray better? Has he had enough of a change to win the position in camp so far? Thoughts?