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The Post’s Ryan Dunleavy offers a little more detail on Thomas’s surgery.
Sources told The Post that Thomas had ankle surgery to correct an issue that was known when he entered the league and had nagged him since training camp. He waited to get it fixed without fear of doing further damage.
Thomas is expected to recover by March, according to a source, and will be able to participate in the NFL offseason program if on-field activities are included again, depending on the COVID-19 situation.
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Pick your poison: No. 1 WR or edge rushing.
Both are massive voids on the roster, and the Giants have neither at the moment. Both need to be addressed, likely one in free agency and the other in the draft. They can't go into next season with Darius Slayton as the No. 1 receiver or Kyler Fackrell as the top edge rusher.
Sorry, Giants fans.
It was fun, but it wasn’t ratings gold.
Winning the Heisman Trophy doesn’t guarantee NFL success. There are questions about Smith, mostly surrounding his slender frame.
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