Meet the newest member of Legion of Boom: Terrell Thomas.
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Former Giants cornerback Terrell Thomas and the Seattle Seahawks agreed to a contract Monday evening, Adam Caplan of ESPN reported.
The cornerback position needed to be filled seeing that the Seahawks lost cornerback Walter Thurmond to the Giants as a free agent.
Thomas, who is in his sixth season, is headed to be back under the coaching of Pete Carroll, being that Thomas played Trojan football while Carroll was a coach there.
Still ironic, right?
Last season was his first season playing football again after having two torn ACLs in the same knee.
He played 16 full games with the Giants which is great especially for someone who tore their ACLs… twice… in the same knee… back to back. He caught one interception, sacked a quarterback once and recorded a forced fumble last season.