New York Giants veteran offensive tackle Nate Solder intends to play in the 2021 season if the situation is right, per an ESPN report. The former New England Patriot, and 2018 Dave Gettleman free agent signing, opted out of the 2020 season due to concerns over COVID-19. Solder’s decision to opt-out was threefold: his oldest son Hunter has battled cancer, Solder himself is a cancer survivor, and the Solder family just had a newborn baby.
Former center Shaun O’Hara reveals some untold stories about the legendary NFC Championship Game in freezing Green Bay against the Packers, including tales about Tom Coughlin and broadcaster Terry Bradshaw.
Sign up for Giants Extra: Get exclusive news, behind-the-scenes observations and the ability to text directly with reporters A few experts think the Giants might draft an edge rusher, which might be their current least talented group on the entire roster. So what will they do? Here’s a roundup of some notable mock drafts: NJ Advance Media Zack Rosenblatt) Pick: WR DeVonta Smith, Alabama.