The best unit on the Giants looks like it’s about to get better. Darian Thompson moved smoothly during the first practice at Giants training camp and said he felt like there were no limitations on his surgically repaired right foot. This would clear the way for the ball-hawking free safety to rejoin the starting defensive...
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- Giants’ young safety passes first training camp test
By Roger Rubin - Friday Jul 28, 2017
- Darian Thompson has a chip on his shoulder and likes it that way
By Steve Serby - Saturday Aug 5, 2017
Giants safety Darian Thompson tackles some Q&A with Post columnist Steve Serby. Q: What did you tell me on Wednesday when I asked you which quarterbacks you want to intercept? A: Eli Manning (laugh). He’s a great guy to practice against because he’s been doing this thing for a very long time, and he’s one...
- First glimpse should build on excitement for Giants defense
By Paul Schwartz - Saturday Aug 12, 2017
The smile on the face of Darian Thompson was not a byproduct of anything he did in his first game in 11 months. The second-year safety was impressed, but not amazed, by the short, sweet work of his backfield partner, Landon Collins. “He’s a different type of guy,’’ Thompson said, shaking his head. “Works extremely...
- Knife-Throwing as a Sport: Who Would Have Thunk It?
By PETE CROATTO - Friday Sep 15, 2017
No, ESPN is not televising it — at least not yet. But there are a growing number of devotees who love the sound of knife hitting wood.
- Giants’ camp starts with 5 big issues and 1 notable absence
By Paul Schwartz - Thursday Jul 27, 2017
With the Giants reporting to training camp Thursday, here’s a primer of the biggest issues: Biggest comeback As a rookie last season, Darian Thompson played in just two games, so what exactly is he coming back from? Well, he vaulted into a starting spot at free safety because of his smarts, range and ability to...
- Next big tennis star ready to announce himself at US Open
By Marc Berman - Monday Aug 28, 2017
Big serve, big groundstrokes, big hair. And now a big opportunity. Alexander Zverev will be a big deal very soon, if not at this U.S. Open starting Monday at Flushing Meadows. The fourth-seeded, charismatic 20-year-old from Germany gets the big stage on the night card, facing qualifier Darian King, pride of Barbados. To gain that...