Giants agree to terms with Walter Thurmond, Quintin Demps
The Giants have agreed to terms with former Seahawks CB Walter Thurmond, and former Chiefs safety Quintin Demps announced that he's headed to New York, too.
The Giants have agreed to terms with former Seahawks cornerback Walter Thurmond on a one-year deal, $3.5 million deal, according to CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora. And former Chiefs safety Quintin Demps announced early Sunday morning (via Instagram, naturally) that he's headed to New York, too.
Thurmond, who was suspended four games last season for violating the league's substance abuse policy, played in 12 games and had one sack, one interception and defended six passes. He was a 2010 fourth-round pick out of Oregon.
Giant Walter Thurmond played chiefly in slot for Seattle last year. His 0.85 yards per slot snap in coverage allowed 5th lowest of all CBs— Pro Football Focus (@PFF) March 16, 2014
Demps, meanwhile, played in 16 games last season with the Chiefs and had four interceptions and nine passes defended. He also returned 33 kicks, averaging 30.1 yards per attempt, including one touchdown.
In more Giants related reaction, Quintin Demps was behind only Cordarelle Patterson in our kick returner rankings last year w/+7.1 grade.— Pro Football Focus (@PFF) March 16, 2014
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