Another Giants receiver is dealing with a concussion, with Golden Tate the player impacted this time.
Tate, who suffered the concussion during his touchdown reception late in Sunday's loss to the Bears, is in the protocol, the team announced on Monday.
Fellow receiver Sterling Shepard has dealt with two concussions this season. Meanwhile, pass-catching tight end Evan Engram is currently out due to a mid-foot sprain.
Tate was targeted seven times against the Bears, hauling in three catches for 33 yards -- including his touchdown in the fourth quarter.
In seven games this season, the 31 year-old Tate has 36 catches for 450 yards and four touchdowns.
Since Tate missed the first four games of the season due to a violation of the league's PED policy (a suspension Tate challenged), the Giants have not yet had one game this season where their top four catching targets -- Shepard, Tate, Darius Slayton, and Engram -- have all played.