Walter Thurmond DB NYG 1 Month

The Giants placed Thurmond (chest) on injured reserve Tuesday, Ralph Vacchiano of the New York Daily News reports.

Thurmond underwent surgery Tuesday to repair a torn pectoral muscle that he suffered in Sunday's loss to the Cardinals. He will need 3-to-4 months to recover from the procedure, and will not play again this season. Linebacker Dan Fox was added from the practice squad to replace Thurmond on the active roster.

Walter Thurmond DB NYG 1 Month

Thurmond suffered a torn pectoral muscle during Sunday's game and will now miss the remainder of this season, NFL.com reports.

Thurmond's first season with the Giants will be ended after Week 2, a disappointing development for New York's recently signed starting nickel cornerback. With Thurmond out, Trumaine McBride could fill his role moving forward, while Jayron Hosley (suspension) will be eligible to return in Week 5 to provide further depth to the Giants' retooled secondary.

Walter Thurmond DB NYG 1 Month

The Giants are optimistic that Thurmond's pectoral injury is just a strain, the New York Daily News' Ralph Vacchiano reports.

Thurmond exited Sunday's game and did not return, leaving Trumaine McBride to fill in as the nickel corner.

Walter Thurmond DB NYG 1 Month

Thurmond suffered an pectoral injury during Sunday's game against the Cardinals and will not return, the New York Daily News reports.

Thurmond made a pair of solo tackles prior to leaving Sunday's contest. With him out, Trumaine McBride has filled in as the Giants' nickel cornerback.

Walter Thurmond DB NYG 7 Months

Former NFL personnel director Louis Riddick calls new Giants CB Walter Thurmond III "special."

The Giants were able to steal Thurmond on a one-year, $3 million contract thanks to off-field and injury concerns. "He's a dynamite press corner, who is as good with his technique as Byron Maxwell, as Richard Sherman," Riddick said. Thanks to the Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie signing, Thurmond will likely open the season as a third corner in what is now a very deep unit. He shouldn't have a problem earning a much bigger payday a year from now.

Walter Thurmond DB NYG 7 Months

Giants signed CB Walter Thurmond III, formerly of the Seahawks, to a one-year contract.

The Giants are arguably having the best free agency period, not that that necessarily means a whole lot. Thurmond, 26, has good size at 5-foot-11 and 190 pounds and can play the slot and outside. We'd tentatively expect him to start opposite Prince Amukamara. Trumaine McBride will be the No. 3 corner. Thurmond's market was likely affected by his November suspension.

Walter Thurmond DB NYG 8 Months

Free agent CB Walter Thurmond has left his Jaguars visit and will meet with the 49ers next.

A previous report had Thurmond set to visit the Bucs and Redskins, but they may either take place later on, or have been canceled. Thurmond is our No. 2 free agent cornerback left, behind only Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.

Walter Thurmond DB NYG 8 Months

Free agent CB Walter Thurmond III has visits scheduled with the Bucs and Redskins.

Walter Thurmond DB NYG 8 Months

Free agent CB Walter Thurmond III will visit the Jaguars "within the next 24 hours."

All the former Seahawks defenders want to flock to Jacksonville to play for Gus Bradley. Thurmond was thrust into a starting role last season after Brandon Browner was suspended and handled himself well on the way to a Super Bowl title. He already has a four-game suspension on his record, which will affect his market.

Walter Thurmond DB NYG 8 Months

ESPN Chargers reporter Eric Williams thinks the team could show interest in free agent CB Walter Thurmond III.

Williams is simply thinking out loud here, but the Chargers' need for cornerback help is no secret. The Bolts swung and missed on Derek Cox last offseason and are expected to release him. Shareece Wright is the only starting-caliber corner on the roster. Thurmond will likely be looking for a starting job after operating as Seattle's nickel corner. He's our No. 7 free-agent corner.