Giants S Landon Collins fractured his right forearm in Sunday's loss at Arizona. He told reporters it was simple fracture (rather than compound or displaced) and that he didn't yet know whether he'll need surgery. The injury shouldn't impact Collins' readiness for the 2018 season, but we'll track his recovery through the offseason.
Giants S Landon Collins will need a 2nd surgery on his right forearm, according to NorthJersey.com. Collins reportedly confirmed Wednesday the earlier report of another operation on the arm he fractured in December. He said 3 doctors recommended the further treatment after X-rays revealed the forearm wasn't healing properly. Collins faces a 6-8 week recovery timeline, which should still get him back in time for training camp. We'll see if he deals with any further setbacks.
Giants S Landon Collins suffered a sprained left ankle in the 4th quarter of Sunday's loss to the Cowboys. He said after the game that he thinks "it's real mild" and doesn't expect it to end his season, according to NJ.com. Collins left the stadium in a walking boot, though, and the Giants have little incentive to risk any further damage to a defensive cornerstone. We'll see about his practice participation and Week 15 availability.
Powered by Draft Sharks