NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports free agent DB Walter Thurmond has turned down offers of $4 million-plus annually as he considers retirement.
The Philadelphia Daily News' Les Bowen reports "several people around the Eagles" believe free agent S/CB Walter Thurmond is considering retirement.
Free agent S/CB Walter Thurmond admitted this is likely his last chance at a big contract.
ESN Radio's Geoff Mosher reports the Eagles have yet to open contract negotiations with impending free agent S/CB Walter Thurmond.
Impending free agent S/CB Walter Thurmond does not expect to be back with the Eagles.
CSN Philly's Geoff Mosher said Walter Thurmond should open the season as the starting safety opposite Malcolm Jenkins.
New Eagles DB Walter Thurmond III has been running as a starter at safety opposite Malcolm Jenkins in OTAs.
New Eagles DB Walter Thurmond III is playing safety in OTAs.
Eagles agreed to terms with CB Walter Thurmond III, formerly of the Giants, on a one-year contract.
The Giants reportedly want to re-sign CB Walter Thurmond III for something close to the minimum.
Impending free-agent CB Walter Thurmond said he would like to re-sign with the Giants.
Giants CB Walter Thurmond III sustained a torn pectoral in Sunday's loss to the Cardinals and is out for the season.
Giants CB Walter Thurmond III sustained a strained pectoral in Sunday's Week 2 loss to the Cardinals.
Former NFL personnel director Louis Riddick calls new Giants CB Walter Thurmond III "special."