Collins needs season-ending surgery for a shoulder injury he sustained in the Giants' Week 13 win over the Bears. The two-time Pro Bowl safety will be placed on injured reserve.
Advice: It's possible that Collins, a free agent this offseason, has played his final game with the Giants. The fourth-year pro leads the team with 96 tackles, but didn't come up with an interception this season after recording seven over the previous two.
Giants placed SS Landon Collins (shoulder) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Advice: Collins was already ruled out for Week 14 after getting hurt last Sunday against the Bears in overtime. He needs surgery to correct the issue. Collins may have played his last game with the Giants; he's an impending free agent, though the franchise tag is always an option. Collins turns 25 next month.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports Giants SS Landon Collins will miss Week 14 with a shoulder injury and is week to week.
Advice: Collins suffered the injury in Sunday's overtime period against the Bears. It will be just the second missed game of the contract-year safety's career. With only a month left to go, it's possible Collins is forced to injured reserve. His presence will be sorely missed against the Redskins.