I realize these are your pets, but unfortunately the pets you chose are birds that were engineered for rapid meat production, not for long and healthy lives.
I'd say it's rather unusual to have a broad breasted turkey who is aggressive, but a 30+ pound aggressive turkey just isn't safe to consider as a pet.
If he continues to limp, it is probably the normal issue with weight vs. physical build. If he were my turkey, I'd turn him into dinner and find a nice heritage tom to keep the girls company if they are in good shape.
I have nothing against BBB turkeys, they are usually very friendly and docile. I've raised about 100 of them. But your safety and humane treatment comes first, and humane treatment sometimes means euthanizing a pet. Since a turkey is a meat bird, I just take it one step farther.