Nate Solder and Mike Remmers ready to practice Day One

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Giants offensive tackles Nate Solder and Mike Remmers will take the field with their teammates Thursday when the team begins practice. Coach Pat Shurmur did not allow how much either player will do Day One.

“Solder and Remmers will be going,” Shurmur said, via Michael Eisen of the team website. “I don’t see any of those guys, as we develop our list of guys that you’re curious about, that it’ll be any extended time [off the field].”

Solder (ankle) and Remmers (back) spent the offseason program rehabbing after undergoing surgery.

“I feel great,” Solder said Wednesday, via quotes distributed by the team. “I haven’t played football in a while so we’ll see. That’s what camps all about, right?”

Receiver Darius Slayton, a fifth-round choice, did not practice with the other rookies Wednesday.

“He just tweaked his hamstring a little bit [Tuesday],” Shurmur said. “Nothing serious. He’ll be back soon.”

4 responses to “Nate Solder and Mike Remmers ready to practice Day One

  1. Solder was a solid player in NE. The Patriots got his best years. I’m happy that he got paid before his health left him.

  2. Solder is sliding out the door with $35 million of NY Giant money in his pocket for what will likely turn out to be two mediocre seasons playing on a very bad team.

    Good for him. I wonder if he plays next year. Certainly not for the Giants on his current contract. $17 million, none of it guaranteed? Worthless.

  3. jchemengr says:
    July 24, 2019 at 7:03 pm
    Solder is sliding out the door with $35 million of NY Giant money in his pocket for what will likely turn out to be two mediocre seasons playing on a very bad team.

    Good for him. I wonder if he plays next year. Certainly not for the Giants on his current contract. $17 million, none of it guaranteed? Worthless.
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    In the first 8 games last season, he did indeed play terrible, no argument there.

    In the second 8, he was much, much better. With Hernandez in his second year next to him, I think they will both be steadier this year.

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