Thompson (foot) is expected back at full strength for the start of the 2017 season, ESPN's Jordan Raanan reports. "I've been feeling really good," Thompson said last week. "No soreness. They want to take their time. With my progress, things are looking up."
Thompson sat out the majority of his rookie year in 2016 due to a season-ending Lisfranc injury suffered in Week 2. Not only have there been no setbacks in his recovery, but the former third-rounder has been back running for weeks now and recently resumed backpedaling and pushing sleds. While Thompson is confident he'll be healthy enough to participate in at least a portion of OTAs and minicamp, his availability for team practices this summer will ultimately be up to the discretion of team doctors.
Thompson (foot) is "very close" to making a full recovery, 247 Sports reports.
Thompson, the Giants' 2016 third-round pick out of Boise State, played in just two games his rookie year before going down with a season-ending left foot sprain. With the start of offseason workouts less than a month away, it's great news for the Giants that he's nearing full form. Thompson had earned the starting gig at free safety out of training camp last summer and should enter the 2017 campaign in the same role if he can stay healthy.
Thompson will undergo surgery on his foot and is set to be placed on injured reserve Wednesday.
The 23-year-old rookie was expected to be a significant contributor for the Giants this season, after earning the team's starting free safety job during camp this summer. However, after playing in just a pair of games, Thompson suffered a foot injury and has been unable to get on the field since. He's opted to undergo surgery on his foot, so he'll finish his first NFL campaign with seven tackles. Nat Berhe will likely start next to Landon Collins at the two safety spots, although the Giants could very well add some additional depth from the free agent pool.
Thompson (foot) has been ruled out for Sunday's tilt with the Eagles, Art Stapleton of The Record reports.
Thompson was spotted with his foot in a boot after he left practice early on Wednesday. He is scheduled to meet with a doctor next Tuesday to be evaluated further. In the meantime, Nat Berhe (concussion) should fill in at strong safety for Sunday's matchup.
Thompson had been nursing a foot sprain since Week 2 and was expected to return this Sunday against Philadelphia, but now it looks like the rookie's return will be put on hold as the foot is bothering him once again. With a banged up secondary, Thompson's status leaves the
|P2||8/21/17||@ CLE||8:00 pm|
|P4||8/31/17||@ NE||7:30 pm|
|1||9/10/17||@ DAL||8:30 pm|
|3||9/24/17||@ PHI||1:00 pm|
|4||10/1/17||@ TB||4:05 pm|
|6||10/15/17||@ DEN||8:30 pm|
|Bye: Week 8|
|10||11/12/17||@ SF||4:25 pm|
|12||11/23/17||@ WAS||8:30 pm|
|13||12/3/17||@ OAK||4:25 pm|
|16||12/24/17||@ ARI||4:25 pm|
|2016||New York Giants||2||7||6.0||1||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||0|