#Giants S Landon Collins suffered a shoulder injury in Sunday’s overtime win and is out this week, sources say. The team will continue to evaluate this ailment going forward.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) December 4, 2018
Per a report from Mike Garafolo, Collins could be done for the season.
Adding to @RapSheet on #Giants S Landon Collins (shoulder): Surgery is a reasonable possibility with his injury, source says. We might have seen the last of him this year and, with free agency on deck, maybe his last game with NYG. Long way to go before March, though.— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) December 4, 2018
Coach Pat Shurmur did not mention Collins on Monday when discussing injured players.
Collins came off the field late in the third quarter of Sunday’s game after tackling Tarik Cohen of the Chicago Bears. He did, however, return as the Giants defeated the Bears 30-27 in overtime.
Collins, 24, can be a free agent at the end of the season. He has a team-leading 96 tackles through 12 games. He does not, however, have either an interception or a sack.
Without Collins, the Giants have Curtis Riley, Michael Thomas and Sean Chandler at safety. They also have Kamrin Moore, a rookie who has only been active for one game this season.