Tampa Bay Buccaneers WR Chris Godwin (thumb) will miss a Week 8 game against the New York Giants.

New York Giants coach Joe Judge says he will deal with Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley, who were filmed partying without masks, internally.

Quarterback Tom Brady will be missing one of his top targets when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers visit MetLife Stadium in six days to face the New York Giants on Monday Night Football. The Tampa Bay Times' Rick Stroud reports “Bucs WR Chris Godwin fractured his left index finger making a touchdown catch Sunday at Las Vegas that required surgery Tuesday. He will miss Monday Night’s game against the Giants.

NFL reporter Josina Anderson broke the news: “Washington Football team S Landon Collins tells me that surgery for his Achilles is scheduled for next week: ‘Monday is my surgery. Collins went down in Sunday’s 25-3 win over the Dallas Cowboys. His 2020 season final stats: seven games, 41 tackles, one interception.

The New York Giants might be 1-6 and sitting in last place in the NFC East, but they apparently aren't going to be big sellers ahead of the Nov. 3 NFL trade deadline. The New York Post's Paul Schwartz reported the Giants won't stage a "fire sale" in the coming days. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported Sunday the team was getting some outside interest in tight end Evan Engram.

The New York Giants have designated veteran DB Brandon Williams (groin) to return from injured reserve.

After earning their first win in the Joe Judge era, the New York Giants lost a heartbreaker last Thursday night to the division-rival Eagles, 22-21. Aggregating seven rankings from around the Internet, the Giants come out to an average ranking of No. in the 32-team NFL entering Week 8.

If the regular season were to end today, the New York Giants would select second overall in the 2021 NFL Draft.

The rich get richer. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers made it official Tuesday, signing wide receiver Antonio Brown to a one-year contract. His signing comes six days before the Buccaneers visit MetLife Stadium for Monday Night Football with the New York Giants.

Some familiar names could be returning to the New York Giants, per published reports. Dan Duggan is reporting that undrafted rookie tight end Rysen John, waived in training camp with an injury settlement, is returning to the practice squad. Art Stapleton is reporting that defensive back Montre Hartage, also waived by the Giants with an injury settlement, is re-signing to the practice squad.

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