Giants CB Janoris Jenkins could undergo season-ending surgery on his left ankle, per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Jenkins, who has been dealing with ankle issues throughout the season, left Thursday night's contest with a walking boot on his injured foot. He has been playing through his pain over the past two months.
Jackrabbit will see team doctors on Monday, but he is already expected to have offseason surgery on the ankle. However, that timetable could move up to now with the season lost, making there no reason for Jenkins to push himself.
Head coach Ben McAdoo was asked if Jenkins injury could have long term affects, and he simply answered he is "in some pain right now, so there's a possibility."
Jenkins could have aggravated his injury on his pick-six Thursday night when he was barreled into the end zone for the score. He laid on the turf for a little while before walking off on his own power.
In nine games this season, Jenkins has accumulated 31 tackles, one forced fumble, and three interceptions with two returned for a touchdown. He was also suspended one game after failing to show up to the Giants' facility following the bye week.