The Giants secondary is now dealing with two significant losses.

On Sunday, Tom Coughlin revealed that safety Cooper Taylor could miss “significant time” after suffering a serious foot injury in Saturday’s win over the Colts. Taylor left the stadium on crutches, his left foot in a walking boot.

“He has an injury that will require quite a bit of time,” Coughlin said. “That is most unfortunate for the young man."

Coughlin said the injury relates to the sesamoid bone in Taylor’s toe. Linebacker Jon Beason’s foot injury in mid-June also involved the sesamoid bone; Beason has progressed swiftly in his recovery but has missed two months.

Cornerback Prince Amukamara, meanwhile, suffered a strained groin. He said he felt better after the game, but Coughlin said he still would get an MRI. He added that Amukamara may not be day-to-day, “but he is sore.”

Still, the Giants have the cornerback depth to survive, Coughlin said.

“We have some flexibility there,” he said. “There will be a bunch of guys. We will adjust that.”