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Terrell Thomas career as a New York Giant could be over! After re-injuring his ACL during the first week of training camp, an MRI confirmed that Thomas did in fact suffer an injury to the same right knee that kept him out all of  last season. According to Vice President of Medical Services Ronnie Barnes, Thomas will likely undergo an arthroscopic procedure to determine the extent of the injury to the ACL. Thomas will consult with Dr. Arthur Ting, who performed on Thomas ACL injury last season.  “No decision has been made at this point” according to Ronnie Barnes. This would be awful news for Terrell Thomas and also to the New York Giants as well. According to many experts regarding ACL injuries, many players generally don’t recover well enough from a second torn ACL due to the intense and grueling one year rehab. Unfortunately, Thomas might have to prepare himself for the worse possible news and If he’s torn it again, the prospect of a third rehab could be too much for the talen...
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