The Facts: Thomas was very introspective Wednesday regarding his past two seasons with the Jacksonville Jaguars. "I became a much, much better person in the last two years," Thomas said during Miami's organized team activities. "Having some struggles on the field really helped me grow mentally and in my own personal life. So I'm not upset by the way things happened. Sometimes the best way to learn is when you go through things. I definitely took advantage of that in my own life."
Diehards Line: Thomas admitted Jacksonville "wasn't a fit for me." He signed a $46 million contract two years ago and recorded just 30 receptions for 281 yards and four touchdowns last season, his lowest totals since his rookie year. However, Thomas said he has no ill will toward his former team and something good came out of it away from football. Thomas arrived in Jacksonville after a successful stint with the Denver Broncos where he recorded 24 touchdowns in two seasons. In Miami, Thomas will reunite with HC Adam Gase, who was Thomas' offensive coordinator during their time together in Denver. Thomas, at 28, believes he is still in his prime and is due for a bounce-back season with Miami. From a fantasy perspective, the value and upside Thomas bring make him of interest.