The Giants had a miserable season this past year and in order to bounce back they'll need their stars on the field. Odell Beckham Jr. will return from and ankle injury he suffered last season and All-Pro safety Landon Collins looks to make his return from a forearm injury. At least the team is hoping...

According to ESPN Giants reporter Jordan Ranaan, Collins will likely require another surgery on his forearm that he broke last season. The surgery would sideline Collins for 6-8 weeks, which would have him miss OTA's and spring workouts. Training camp would be the earliest Collins could come back, but that all depends on the recovery process.

Collins has missed one game in his 3-year career thus far and has emerged as one of the premier defensive game-changers in the NFL. Collins led New York in tackles last year (104). He was also in the middle of a feud with teammate Eli Apple, and was very vocal about it on social media and during radio appearances.

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