It’s been almost three years since anyone has last seen Terrell Thomas on the football field for the New York Giants. But after two consecutive torn ACL injuries that have required season-ending surgeries, Thomas is on the comeback trail, looking for one last chance to make something of a once-promising NFL career that has been derailed by injury.
On Thursday, Thomas returned to the Giants and participated in his first practice of the 2013 year, although it was in a light capacity, as Sean Folger of Inside Football had said.
Despite the injuries to Thomas’ knee, the 28-year-old is expecting to continue playing at corner for the Giants when the season begins.
“Right now I’m at corner and that’s where I expect to be. I’m just trying to get myself back on the field,” he said.
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