Terrell Thomas excited as Giants close camp



EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — Tom Coughlin didn’t waste a lot of time talking to the Super Bowl-champion New York Giants after their minicamp ended.

His comments Thursday lasted roughly just over three minutes, and the advice was the same he has given for decades. Enjoy the next six weeks, work out, lift some weights and be ready for the start of training camp July 27 at the University at Albany.

Of course, there was the obligatory stay-out-of-trouble warning, which this team probably didn’t need in the wake of tackle David Diehl’s arrest on Sunday for impaired driving.

After the meeting, many players rushed to their lockers, changed and left

Even though he was leaving, cornerback Terrell Thomas wasn’t in a hurry. Being back was fun. After all he missed all of the fun last year. In fact, as the Giants won four playoff games, he was battling his way back from a knee injury.

Finally, now, he’s all the way back.