S Landon Collins will be out for the Giants in their Week 14 game against the Redskins and is considering season-ending shoulder injury, a source told SNY’s Ralph Vacchiano.
The 24-year-old Collins suffered the injury during the team’s overtime win against the Bears last Sunday. X-rays on his left shoulder came back negative, but surgery is a possibility for the impending free agent.
It’s unclear if the Giants plan to try to re-sign the 2015 second-round pick or use the franchise tag on him.
Collins hasn’t missed a game since the 2017 season finale, when he was placed on injured reserve with a broken forearm. In 12 games this year, Collins has 96 tackles and a forced fumble.
Michael Thomas, Curtis Riley, Sean Chandler and Kamrin Moore are the Giants’ healthy safeties entering Sunday.