Earl Thomas III is never one to limit himself on the football field, and he expects that to be the case when the Seattle Seahawks report for training camp.

After hosting a youth football camp in Sammamish, Wash., ET III told Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times that he anticipates being full-go when the Hawks hit the field on Sunday.

“I don’t think I’ll have any limitations,’’ Earl said. “The thing about (training) camp is it’s going to put me in a lot of great situations where I can see how I will react and then I can kind of go from there.’’

No. 29 had never missed a game in his NFL career before breaking his tibia late last season. The five-time All-Pro safety has made an excellent recovery thus far and is ready to hit the field with his teammates and begin their run for a second Super Bowl title.

“I’m feeling really, really good,’’ he said. “I’m feeling solid. That’s all I can ask for going into this part of the season. I’m excited and ready to get back out there with the guys and try to take this thing, take it all the way.’’