Philly.com "Walter Thurmond can guess where he falls on the Eagles' to-do list. They must hire a head coach and determine their schemes. There's a big decision to be made at quarterback with Sam Bradford and other demands that require salary-cap space. The list of offseason priorities is long. But at some..." January 08
Delaware County Times "Walter Thurmond deserves a raise. The Eagles’ safety picked off four passes this season, not three, which was the number thanks to a statistician listing Giants quarterback Eli Manning with a fumble Sunday rather than a Thurmond pick. Playing all 16 games as a hybrid safety this season,..." January 05
Philly.com "Walter Thurmond received an offer from Eagles coaches four weeks ago. He could stay at cornerback, where he has played his entire five-year career, and compete at a position that became crowded this offseason. Or he could move to safety, where the Eagles' glaring need has been ignored. The..." June 01
Philly.com "The Eagles reached a deal with former Giants cornerback Walter Thurmond, according to ESPN. Thurmond knows Chip Kelly from Oregon, where he overlapped with Kelly's first three years at the school. He becomes the eighth former Oregon player under contract with the Eagles, and the 10th if including..." March 11
SNY TV "Pro Football Talk is reporting that CB Walter Thurmond has a torn pectoral muscle and will miss the remainder of the season (PFT, Sept. 15). Thurmond will have surgery this week. He pulled himself from Sunday’s loss to the Cardinals in the second half." September 15
So Giants get a one-year deal done with former Seahawks CB Walter Thurmond; still scheduled to meet today with Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie.
Seahawks free-agent CB Walter Thurmond is visiting the Jaguars in next 24 hours, per sources.
New York Post "Seahawks cornerback Walter Thurmond thinks the NFL let a guilty Wes Welker get off scot-free for his hit on the Patriots’ Aqib Talib last Sunday. Thurmond ripped Welker for his controversial block on Talib in the second quarter of the AFC Championship, a play that knocked the New England..." January 23
Pro Football Talk "Walter Thurmond is back from his four-game suspension. Thurmond, who missed the last four weeks because the NFL suspended him for violating its substance-abuse policy, has been activated from the roster exempt status and is now on Seattle’s 53-man roster." December 28
ESPN "Seattle Seahawks receiver Golden Tate said cornerbacks Walter Thurmond and Brandon Browner were "selfish" by forcing the league to suspend them for substance abuse. "Everyone should realize where this team is," Tate said Tuesday on 710 ESPN radio in Seattle. "You are affecting way more than..." November 27
I've been told Thurmond tested positive for marijuana. Just silly. Selfish.