I want to bring up a quick note before I begin this article. First off, I want to apologize for the last few posts we’ve had here on the Gab. We pride ourselves on providing quality content for our readers so that you can form your on opinion on all matters related to the Giants. We have failed to do so recently, and we are working diligently on bringing the Gab back to where it’s supposed to be. Now on to the Giants!
Giants GM Jerry Reese recently pointed out how he thinks CB Terrell Thomas will have to make a position change in order to have a chance at playing again. If Thomas decides he wants to play again, Reese said that Thomas, “may be one of those guys at this point in his career, if he does get back on the field from the injury, you might have to move him to a different position like safety instead of playing corner.” He also said that this is the case, “Because, a couple ACLs playing corner is tough to do.”
The Giants have a $6 million option on Thomas in March. They’re not going to pay him that money, obviously. They’ll either cut him or look to restructure the deal. If Thomas is willing to move inside, or even still attempt to play on the the outside, I don’t see why the Giants wouldn’t try and keep him. If he can stay healthy, he can contribute, and it won’t cost them much. The Giants won’t put their eggs in his basket, and they’ll take any contributions he can make. It’s hard to wonder, though, if Thomas is better moving on and getting a new start somewhere else.
What are your thoughts, Gabbers?