In August of 2011, CB Terrell Thomas blew out his right ACL and missed the entire season. Last August, the Giants were hopeful that Thomas would be able to come back and bolster their challenged secondary. It didn’t happen. He re-injured the knee and was placed on season-ending IR once again.
T2 has had three surgeries on that knee but is more determined than ever to complete his comeback. When he does, he may not be at corner any longer. The Giants have hinted Thomas may be moved to safety.
Thomas is currently under contract through 2015 but only $1 million of the $17.4 million deal he received last March from the Giants is guaranteed.
You can follow his progress on his website: terrellthomas24.com. Here is his latest entry:
“I just finished my second week of rehab. Everything has been moving progressing smoothly as I begin to add more weight and lunges to my routine. I will begin running next week. When I began the rehab process I was a little impatient at first because I did not like to be held back in my training. I know that the ultimate goal is to return to the field in 2013; therefore, I am going to listen to the experts, my doctors, who advise me to take my time through the healing process. I plan on working as hard as I can to let my knee build and heal.
I appreciate all the hard work I see everyone putting into the thirty-day challenge. Check out my twitter and Facebook feed because I just posted a video of lateral movement, which is something I will be progressing into this week. I am going to be keeping everyone updated on the movements I will be completing.
Thank you and God Bless.”