Terrell Thomas out indefinitely with knee injury
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"He walked up to me after practice, he thought he felt good. He didn't really seem to have any issues, and then this morning when he came back it was swollen. So they sent him to HSS, and we'll hear something probably this afternoon."
New York Giants Head Coach Tom Coughlin talked Monday about projected starting cornerback Terrell Thomas.
Thomas had surgery to repair a torn ACL and missed all of last season.
Thomas slipped at practice on Sunday and was sent to New York to see team doctors who said he reinjured the ACL, but as of now the Giants aren't saying how long he could be sidelined.
Thomas hurt himself last year in the pre-season. He signed a four-year, $28 million contract with the Giants in the off-season, but the only guaranteed money was a $1 million signing bonus.