Nate Solder leaves New England for the Giants

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The New York Giants have beaten the Patriots. Again.

Left tackle Nate Solder, who has spent seven years with the Patriots, intends to sign with the Giants, per multiple reports.

He becomes the fourth Patriots veteran to exit via free agency, joining cornerback Malcolm Butler, running back Dion Lewis, and receiver Danny Amendola. He also becomes the first major free-agent acquisition for new Giants G.M. Dave Gettleman, who missed out on guard Andrew Norwell.

The Texans and Browns also were believed to be talking to Solder, who will spend his eighth year and beyond with the Giants.

The Patriots will now have to look within the roster and beyond to replace Solder. Coupled with the other departures, Bill Belichick and company have plenty of work to do. If it were any other team, the fan base would be panicking.

101 responses to “Nate Solder leaves New England for the Giants

  1. Not unexpected. He has his rings now he wants to get paid. Whatever the Giants are coughing up it was higher than what the Pats had him slotted for in their cap model. Its almost always simple math when players leave the Pats.

  2. Like it or not, it’s the beginning of the end for the Pats. New England used to be a place where players wanted to go. Tom Brady is going to be 41 and they aren’t attracting players this offseason. On top of that, their top free agents are all leaving – Solder, Butler, Lewis, Amendola. This offseason we’ve seen the talent on the team decrease significantly.

  3. This is a terrific move for the Giants- if Solder’s head is in the game. His son is battling an awful disease and naturally this would be uppermost in Nate’s head. His son will get the best of care in NYC as he has in Boston, but it has to be an issue going forward for the family. We all wish him well in both cases.

  4. Joe Thomas to the Patriots on a team friendly deal???
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    Too bad Joe is not a free agent…..but I’m sure you could trade for him if he does not retire.

  5. LT Solder
    LG Nelson (Draft)
    C Brent Jones
    RG Justin Pugh
    RT Eric Flowers (He’ll do better on that side)

  6. Trying to figure out who on this team is making the money. Brady, McCourty, Hightower and who else? Given the poor drafts in recent years this is a thin roster with no depth to replace those who are leaving. Solder, Butler, Amendola and Lewis represent a significant talent drain without a single addition.

  7. Not that surprising considering many teams stupidity.An up and down LT who is above average may be seen as elite by other teams based on who Solder played for. The ball comes out real quick in NE.

    And with teams refusing to properly rebuild, renting a LT for maybe 2 more years at such a high price is the ultimate stupidity, when you can draft one in Rd 1 under a rookie cap.

    I expect NE to now go LT in RD 1 and QB in RD 2, with maybe a LB or CB at the back end of Rd 2.

    No panic here. I am glad BB didn’t overpay an aging, breaking down LT who is clearly past his prime.

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    Next year will be a banner year for the Patriots in the compensatory picks department. Don’t be surprised if the Patriots uncharacteristicly trade some of next year’s choices for this year’s talent.
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  9. The Pats will not spend top dollar to keep “good” players. Solder is a good LT. He can and will be replaced. Amendola, for all his heroics is probably the 5th option at WR on the Pats if he stayed. You have Edelman and Mitchell back, with Hogan and Cooks. Pats were not going to pay top end dollar there. Lewis, good back, but they have White and will probably bring back Burkhead. Butler, while he should have been in there in the SB is not an elite corner, he’s a good number 2. Pats will not pay top end for “good” ,not great players. If the Pats dynasty is crumbling I’d like to see it go down doing it their way to the end.

  10. bobdumon says:
    March 14, 2018 at 11:10 am
    Losing Amendola hurts! Come on, Coach… we needed him!

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    Not at 8.25 mil it doesn’t hurt. At all .Wait until they play him for too many snaps to justify the money and he gets hurt at age 33.

  11. PrincePaul says:
    March 14, 2018 at 11:01 am
    Like it or not, it’s the beginning of the end for the Pats. New England used to be a place where players wanted to go. Tom Brady is going to be 41 and they aren’t attracting players this offseason. On top of that, their top free agents are all leaving – Solder, Butler, Lewis, Amendola. This offseason we’ve seen the talent on the team decrease significantly.

    Lame!

    3 players left that every one knew they weren’t going to overpay for

    Any who thinks this is the “end” is dreaming as usual
    NE will be contending for yet another SB this season.

  12. I apologize for my first comment. You can’t keep players if you are competing against lunacy. 15 mil per year for Solder is beyond nuts. The Patriots stay competitive by not making these deals.

  13. Wow, good pickup if he stays healthy. Next you’re going to tell me the end is near for Flowers. Ha, yea right!

  14. Oh yeah, only reason anyone would ever leave the patriots is money, keep telling yourself that. Maybe he wants to try to win without cheating? Maybe it’s a better situation for his family? Maybe he sees the writing on the wall that time is up for the patriots? 41-33, have a nice day

  15. “word is that the patriots are saving that money to sign Suh and Nelson.”

    guess (word) is…

  16. ariani1985 says:
    March 14, 2018 at 11:13 am
    The Giants own 2 yard Tom!!!! FACTS

    Then why did the get beat by him the last time they played

  17. Why would Patriot fans panic, when this departure was expected (practically written in stone, in fact)?

  18. finsphan says:
    March 14, 2018 at 10:59 am

    Ahhh, that’s nice. He’ll get to reunite with Bilicheat in New York next season.
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    Brian Billick?

  19. 6ball says:
    March 14, 2018 at 11:15 am
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    Next year will be a banner year for the Patriots in the compensatory picks department. Don’t be surprised if the Patriots uncharacteristicly trade some of next year’s choices for this year’s talent.
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    Yep. The subtle genius of BB is lost on many, including some Pats fans. The Shelton move was a stroke of genius and clasic BB. The fact he picked up a pick in this year’s draft in conjunction with the loss of a pick next year, knowing he’d be getting a load of compensatory picks, is subtle genius, plain and simple. It also pushed Malcom Brown in a contract year, which probably means SHelton will get Brown’s money and if Suh signs in NE, Brown is definitely gone after 2018.

  20. 4 Years $62 Mil with about $35 Mil Guaranteed According to Rapoport.
    I’ll never Blame the Pats for not spending that kind of money on Offensive linemen.
    Another 3rd round Compensatory pick coming up next year and they’ll figure out the rest like they always do.

  21. Giants just paid 15M per year for a player that is considered good…not great. The Giants did the same crazy spending 2 years ago and look at their record. Dismal. Overspending on FA’s is a great way to develop a lousy organization. Sometimes Free Agency can help fit a key need, but the Giants are in cap jail already. They just added a B Player at A Player money. Now…the opportunity cost is that they’ll have to underspend all over the rest of the roster. Eli is still on the books for TWO more years at mega money. Maybe the G-Men think they can compete for a championship THIS season with Eli. This one has the look and feel of a deal that is gonna look not so great in years 3 and 4.

  22. tylawspick6 says:
    March 14, 2018 at 11:17 am
    bobdumon says:
    March 14, 2018 at 11:10 am
    Losing Amendola hurts! Come on, Coach… we needed him!

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    Not at 8.25 mil it doesn’t hurt. At all .Wait until they play him for too many snaps to justify the money and he gets hurt at age 33.

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    Because they left they’re all bad players now. But last year you were saying they were all the best at their positions. Give it a rest. And no, I’m not a millennial.

  23. PrincePaul says:
    March 14, 2018 at 11:01 am

    Like it or not, it’s the beginning of the end for the Pats. New England used to be a place where players wanted to go. Tom Brady is going to be 41 and they aren’t attracting players this offseason. On top of that, their top free agents are all leaving – Solder, Butler, Lewis, Amendola. This offseason we’ve seen the talent on the team decrease significantly.

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    Sounds like what people said in 2005, 2008, 2010, 2012… Moss, Welker, Bruschi, Branch, Wilfork, Vrabel, Harrison… They’ve won Super Bowls after losing more talent than most teams have in the first place. 248 players have earned SB rings with New England.

    It’s true that Brady’s getting older, but everything else you’re saying has been said before. Eventually this era will end, but it’s already achieved so much that any Nelson Muntz “ha-ha”s will seem ridiculous.

  24. Solder is going to be the highest paid LT in the league. Does anyone here think he is even in the conversation as best LT in the league? Anyone? Bueller?

  25. Like the past players in Patriots system Solders was valued here and over valued and a reach for others , in this case the Giants. 65 million dollars averaging 15 million a year as the highest paid lineman in the league is a significant reach by the Giants. Its a loss by the Patriots no doubt , Solders a great character guy and solid tackle but to pay him number one money , on a guy who never was a ALL Pro is reaching. Im happy for Nate as he is a family guy with lots going on off the field and wish him well…Thanks for all you did in Foxboro

  26. “Next man up” works great right up until it stops working. At some point you run out of guys who can fill in at the same level as what you are losing.

  27. ariani1985 says:
    March 14, 2018 at 11:13 am

    The Giants own 2 yard Tom!!!! FACTS!!!

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    Yeah, those were a couple good years for the Giants! What was that… 6 and 10 years ago? Patriots have won two more Super Bowls since then. Giants haven’t won a single playoff game.

    FACTS, indeed.

  28. pioniere says:
    March 14, 2018 at 10:55 am

    It’s the ‘Patriot Way’ not to overpay anyone.
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    FTFY.
    The Pats spend to the cap but they do not top load their cap. It’s one of the big reasons they remain competitive even in injury riddled years.

  29. PrincePaul says:
    March 14, 2018 at 11:01 am
    Like it or not, it’s the beginning of the end for the Pats. New England used to be a place where players wanted to go. Tom Brady is going to be 41 and they aren’t attracting players this offseason. On top of that, their top free agents are all leaving – Solder, Butler, Lewis, Amendola. This offseason we’ve seen the talent on the team decrease significantly.
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    I guess I’m more in the “not” camp. Solder and arguably Butler hurt the most. Lewis and Amendola are replaceable players despite their contributions. Solder is a good not great LT and the same can be said for Butler. The draft is still a possibility. Not sure either Solder\Butler have a suitable replacement on the roster or in free agency. If the Pats can draft\trade for a LT\DB they can most likely stop the end before it begins. 🙂

  30. Yep. The subtle genius of BB is lost on many, including some Pats fans. The Shelton move was a stroke of genius and clasic BB. The fact he picked up a pick in this year’s draft in conjunction with the loss of a pick next year, knowing he’d be getting a load of compensatory picks, is subtle genius, plain and simple. It also pushed Malcom Brown in a contract year, which probably means SHelton will get Brown’s money and if Suh signs in NE, Brown is definitely gone after 2018.
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    You just contradicted yourself with “if Suh signs in NE”. There goes your compensatory picks genius…

  31. isithockeyseasonyet says:
    March 14, 2018 at 11:24 am
    Oh yeah, only reason anyone would ever leave the patriots is money, keep telling yourself that. Maybe he wants to try to win without cheating? Maybe it’s a better situation for his family? Maybe he sees the writing on the wall that time is up for the patriots? 41-33, have a nice day
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    The number of players that leave via free agency not because of more money? Exactly none.

  32. what happens when Brady retires in ..2 yrs??? what are the plans that the Genius BB Has ?he’ll retire and it’ll always be who was the Reason..Bill Or Brady !!..It Was Luck they found each other !!! Bledswowe goes down..Pat fans Cry..then a 6th rd pk tht No one knows about takes over.,tuck rule(joke)..then a star is born..so many allegations about CHEATING !!!..Why is The GOAT? Being paid half of what other qb’s are being paid(something undertable..illegal…but pats way !! )lets see ..BBB And B12 Will retire same season…WHY ???..Egg before the Chicken or ????..should be an episode of the e-files$$$$$$

  33. ajsjr40 says:

    March 14, 2018 at 11:10 am

    Trying to figure out who on this team is making the money. Brady, McCourty, Hightower and who else? Given the poor drafts in recent years this is a thin roster with no depth to replace those who are leaving. Solder, Butler, Amendola and Lewis represent a significant talent drain without a single addition.

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    Don’t forget Pats gain their WR1 in 2018, Julian Edleman. Lewis and Amendola were really great in spots but they aren’t irreplaceable. Solder leaving does hurt a lot though. Scarnecchia will have to work his magic and then some with either a scrap heap guy or a draft stud.

  34. I see Pats fans clamoring for Nelson in the draft. Yet I don’t see that elite guard making it out of the TOP 10.

  35. pioniere says:
    March 14, 2018 at 10:55 am
    It’s the ‘Patriot Way’ not to pay anyone

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    Actually its the Patriot way to pay EVERYONE. And if you give too much money to somone thats someone else you cant pay, so they are careful to not make that mistake.

  36. mogogo1 says:
    March 14, 2018 at 11:42 am
    “Next man up” works great right up until it stops working. At some point you run out of guys who can fill in at the same level as what you are losing.

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    Absolutely correct. Thats why they want to spread out their cap space across more players so that they can get through aeasons without running out of guys.

  37. Giants will regret how much this is gonna eat up their cap space in future seasons. Over $15M a season for an (undeniably) average to slightly above-average Offensive Tackle. Two words Giants fans; speed rusher.

  38. One of the better blind side left tackles in the league, looks like the Pats got cheap on him like they do, should’ve paid the man. Not easy to replace.

  39. mogogo1 says:
    March 14, 2018 at 11:42 am

    “Next man up” works great right up until it stops working. At some point you run out of guys who can fill in at the same level as what you are losing.

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    Going on 17 years of SB-level success, I’d say it’s worked better than anything else in NFL history. In light of that, the fact that it won’t always work isn’t really an indictment.

  40. taintedsaints2009 says:
    March 14, 2018 at 11:43 am
    hate it all you want, Suh and nelson are rumored to be going to the pats.
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    Where are you hearing this about Suh? On the surface this doesn’t make sense to me with Shelton and Brown in place. Anyway, I am sad to see each of Solder, Amendola, Lewis and Butler go, but in all objective honesty each was overpaid, probably significantly. With Edelman back I think it makes sense to spend whatever Amendola would have cost on defense. They’ve still got White and Gillisee as well as a deep draft for RBs to make up for Lewis. Butler was gone no matter what, and fortunately Gilmore really put things together last year so one side is locked down. Solder hurts…solid and dependable, but no way a star and not getting any younger.

  41. Somethimg that is funny to watch. The news is full of articles about players changing teams right now. This flurry of transactions is nothing unusual, free agency is kicking off and this is when all NFL teams part with some guys and add others. Since its normal all these stories are going by with maybe a few comments but no one is surprised to see it happening. Except the Patriot articles, in every case of a personel move it fills up with guys saying its the beginning of the end of the franchise. The wheels are coming off etc… its almost funny how differently people see a Patriots personnel move from one by any other team. Did anyone seriously expect their roster to stay exactly the same from last year to next? This goes on every year, its been long enough that some of the guys that are now being called the beginning of the end were the unknowns that once stepped into roles held by other guys that were also declared to be the beginning of the end. Life goes on folks. As do the Pats.

  42. Next year will be a banner year for the Patriots in the compensatory picks department. Don’t be surprised if the Patriots uncharacteristicly trade some of next year’s choices for this year’s talent.
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    You can’t trade compensatory picks

  43. And the contract includes $35 million guaranteed and makes Solder the highest-paid tackle in football. Solder also drew heavy interest from the Broncos, Browns, Texans and of course, his old team, the Patriots. The 29-year-old has never received any All-Pro recognition or even gone to a Pro Bowl.

    And they say Kirk Cousins is overpaid.

  44. “Not that surprising considering many teams stupidity.An up and down LT who is above average may be seen as elite by other teams based on who Solder played for. The ball comes out real quick in NE.

    And with teams refusing to properly rebuild, renting a LT for maybe 2 more years at such a high price is the ultimate stupidity, when you can draft one in Rd 1 under a rookie cap.”

    Yes, I’m sure the Giants did not consider any of these things when making their offer. Plus, the Giants made this move particularly because when you draft someone in Round 1, it doesn’t guarantee that they can handle the NFL.

  45. bkinacti0n says:
    March 14, 2018 at 11:49 am
    You just contradicted yourself with “if Suh signs in NE”. There goes your compensatory picks genius…
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    Were Suh to sign in NE he would only offset one pick.

  46. Sucks well never know how good Belicheat really is…obviously because of the cheating, but also because the Patriots have never had to play by the same salary cap rules as everyone else who have to give mediocre QB’s 20+ mil a year…

  47. commentawaitingdeletion says:
    March 14, 2018 at 11:46 am
    pioniere says:
    March 14, 2018 at 10:55 am

    It’s the ‘Patriot Way’ not to overpay anyone.
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    FTFY.
    The Pats spend to the cap but they do not top load their cap. It’s one of the big reasons they remain competitive even in injury riddled years.

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    Yep. They had no busines in the SB last year with so many key injjuries. Look at how many people helped win SB 51 and how many were not available this past SB.

    NE’s tram is already pretty much built for 2018. They just need a nice draft for additional youth infusion and to keep some players in house like Marquis Flowers, maybe Burkhead if he’s reasonable. Harrison, too.

  48. my_old_name_was_offensive says:

    March 14, 2018 at 12:24 pm

    Sucks well never know how good Belicheat really is…obviously because of the cheating, but also because the Patriots have never had to play by the same salary cap rules as everyone else who have to give mediocre QB’s 20+ mil a year…

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    0 for 2 here.

  49. footballpat says:
    March 14, 2018 at 12:18 pm
    Next year will be a banner year for the Patriots in the compensatory picks department. Don’t be surprised if the Patriots uncharacteristicly trade some of next year’s choices for this year’s talent.
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    You can’t trade compensatory picks

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    He’s talking about their own picks they can trade, by haveing extra comp pocks as we watch crazy franchises overpay former Pats players who have already reached their ceilings.

  50. Please children, if the Pats sign Suh, it’s because Miami released him. No comp pks are involved.

  51. Tom Brady just lost his go to receiver in Amendola, his go to running back in Lewis and now his blind side protection OT in Nate Solder. If Gronk goes to Hollywood I wouldn’t be surprised if Tom hangs it up too.

  52. footballpat says:
    March 14, 2018 at 12:18 pm
    Next year will be a banner year for the Patriots in the compensatory picks department. Don’t be surprised if the Patriots uncharacteristicly trade some of next year’s choices for this year’s talent.
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    You can’t trade compensatory picks
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    Umm yes you can.

  53. commentawaitingdeletion says:
    March 14, 2018 at 12:23 pm
    bkinacti0n says:
    March 14, 2018 at 11:49 am
    You just contradicted yourself with “if Suh signs in NE”. There goes your compensatory picks genius…
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    Were Suh to sign in NE he would only offset one pick.

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    Why would the Pats need to give up a pick if Miami releases Suh?

  54. I’m concerned that we’re in big trouble if Julian goes down again. Would feel better if we knew Gronk was coming back. Its definitely the start of a rebuild.

  55. You CAN trade comp pks, starting last yr. The pk the Pats traded for Shelton will also surely be replaced. Pats can’t pay everyone. They have about 22 mil under the cap, and they can make it to 30 by dumping dead weight like McClellin, Gilleslee and Allen. They almost surely have to bump Brady and Gronk. Don’t think they can afford Suh, and JNelson would only be a luxury on an already crowded WR depth chart. They can replace Amendola’s #’s, but not the clutch plays. The market for Solder was hot, way beyond what they could/should pay. Too bad they lost Lewis, but too much guaranteed $. They always seem to come up with servicable backs on the cheap. They’re in on ILBs, arguably their biggest need. They should be in decent shape @CB after 2 IRs come back, and some new draft blood. When the dust settles, they’ll still be SB favs, and deservedly so.

  56. Tom Brady just lost his go to receiver in Amendola, his go to running back in Lewis and now his blind side protection OT in Nate Solder. If Gronk goes to Hollywood I wouldn’t be surprised if Tom hangs it up too.
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    Actually, his go-to is Edelman, who is coming back this year from injury. Danny was awesome in the playoffs, but the WR core will march on unscathed.

  57. Once again, the past sins of Jerry Reese have cost the Giants. Of course they just grossly overpaid for a LT…..they are well aware of the fact. Sadly, they pretty much had no choice. We get to pay top dollar for a slightly better than average LT who will likely be a liability by 2019. Thanks again Reese.

  58. wib22 says:

    March 14, 2018 at 12:42 pm

    Belicheat is getting old

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    Everyone gets old, what’s your point? Belichick’s ability is still the same though, so what does it matter?

  59. Except for Gilmore, BB does not overpay. Life goes on. It is what it is. Good Luck to those players. I still remember when he let Wes Welker walk. I was panicky and upset. But he was replaced. It’s Brady and the Pats who make average players look good.
    Look at the Seahawks, they are in major purging over there and Aaron Rodgers lost Jordy. It’s business folks. The Patriots will morph. Maybe they will still be a major contender this season… like they always do.

  60. I guess if you want to be a perennial SB contender for the better part of two decades, sometimes that requires tough choices and the willingness to put up with the talking heads and supposed experts who question you at every turn.

    Solder was compensated very well for what he has done for the Patriots the previous 7 seasons, but they weren’t willing to overpay for those services in the future. Good for Solder and best of luck on the field and off. This move probably hurts the team in the short term, but will help them in the long term.

  61. Tom Brady just lost his go to receiver in Amendola, his go to running back in Lewis and now his blind side protection OT in Nate Solder. If Gronk goes to Hollywood I wouldn’t be surprised if Tom hangs it up too.
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    Whats a system QB without his system??…….

  62. “You can’t trade compensatory Picks”

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    Really?
    It seems like a few people here better brush up on their NFL Rule book again if you don’t know that they changed that rule!

    However you have to be awarded the picks before you trade them which won’t happen for quite some time.

  63. dxm091n says:
    March 14, 2018 at 11:07 am
    LT Solder
    LG Nelson (Draft)
    C Brent Jones
    RG Justin Pugh
    RT Eric Flowers (He’ll do better on that side)
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    Looks good to me!

    – Every team on Giants schedule this season

  64. Is Solder the best LT out there ?
    Nope.
    Is Brady that much more mobile than Eli ?
    Nope.
    Did Solder allow Brady time to get the ball out and not get massacred from his blind side ?
    Yep.
    A lot of money but if the NYG are going with Eli for at least the next year Solder is a good pick up.

  65. For all you Giants fans hyped up over this move…watch the Super Bowl again and watch how much pressure Solder gave up. Then, lets revisit

  66. Tom Brady just lost his go to receiver in Amendola, his go to running back in Lewis and now his blind side protection OT in Nate Solder. If Gronk goes to Hollywood I wouldn’t be surprised if Tom hangs it up too.

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    The very reason why Brady would NOT retire. He likes a challenge.

  67. Amendola, Butler, Lewis, Solder?????? dddaaammmm!!!!!! This reminds of all those Ravens players who bailed out in 2015.

  68. The brilliance of Bill Belichick is that he can lose these key players like Solder, Lewis, Amendola, Butler, etc and not even blink. His talent evaluation is so good that he understands the true value of all of his players and he refuses to overpay. Bill will find the correct replacements – he responds to a challenge and he’s waiting for some of the prices to come down. The New England Patriots – the team that all 31 other teams look up to.

  69. He had, unfortunately, become a turnstile since his back injury, just gets beat a lot more. The bicep injuries seem to be happening more since then because he’s grabbing guys as they twist him and get around him. Good guy, good career, but I don’t think he was that great lately.

  70. uglydingo says:
    March 14, 2018 at 2:29 pm
    The brilliance of Bill Belichick is that he can lose these key players like Solder, Lewis, Amendola, Butler, etc and not even blink. His talent evaluation is so good that he understands the true value of all of his players and he refuses to overpay. Bill will find the correct replacements – he responds to a challenge and he’s waiting for some of the prices to come down. The New England Patriots – the team that all 31 other teams look up to

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    Exactly.

    Don’t forget, the Pats originally signed Lewis off the streets as a free agent on a bargain deal.

    There are deals out there every year, just not on the first day of free agency. (N Suh anyone?)

  71. I kinda feel bad for Nate, going from the Superbowl winning team to a “first draft pick winning” 3-13 team whose QB was benched last year and with a great talent / loose cannon / locker room cancer #1 WR. I’m not mad at all, just a little sad for the guy.

    Good luck buddy and thanks for the memories.

  72. The Patriots stay competitive by not making these deals

    Bingo. Once the dust has settled, Bill will be picking through the leftovers and probably find a gem or two for reasonable money. Nothing new.

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