Nate Solder's Reported Departure From Patriots A Cause For Major Concern

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Giants signed LT Nate Solder, formerly of the Patriots, to a four-year, $62 million contract.

The cornerback was well-respected in the Patriots' locker room and played last season under a $3.9 million tender offer.

Another factor in the pursuit of Solder: his 2-year-old son Hudson is battling kidney cancer and undergoing treatment at Boston Children's Hospital. After missing out on Andrew Norwell, who agreed to sign with the Jacksonville Jaguars, the Giants turned their attention to Solder and aggressively pursued him.

It's believed Solder will command a deal that could be worth as much as $14 million annually.

Solder's addition will be huge for the Giants, who are in desperate need of help along their offensive line. In the end, he also had reported interest from the Houston Texans and Cleveland Browns. With the imminent loss of Nate Solder, Patriots fans are itching for good news. He will be the NFL's highest-paid offensive lineman.

Solder will be the hottest of commodities going into free agency period.

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Butler was long expected to say his goodbyes to the Pats' organization, especially because of his infamous benching in this past Super Bowl contest with the Philadelphia Eagles.

He played just seven games during his return in 2016, but he had a career season in 2017, leading New England with 896 rushing yards and six rushing touchdowns. Both also played right tackle previous year.

Giants free agent Justin Pugh is an option, but he's played left guard and right tackle. He was New England's first-round pick in 2011 and won two Super Bowls with the franchise before hitting the open market this offseason.

According to the Boston Globe, 42 Patriots from the 2001, 2003 and 2004 Super Bowl winning teams are part of the lawsuit filed against the National Football League, and its former helmet manufacturer, Riddell, over the head injuries.

Ereck Flowers has been a disaster at left tackle since the Giants selected him ninth overall in the 2015 draft.

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