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7 months agoNew York Giants offensive tackle Nate Solder played right tackle as a rookie with the Patriots, so the Giants could have him compete at the position in 2020 with third-round pick Matt Peart. The No. 4 overall pick of the draft, Andrew Thomas, is likely ticketed for left tackle and protecting the blind side of second-year quarterback Daniel Jones. New York would get no salary cap relief by cutting Solder. If Thomas lives up to the hype, it would be good news for Jones' development in a unique offseason while also having to learn a new offense under Jason Garrett. The G-Men have plenty of weapons on offense, but it may not matter if their offensive line can't finally get on the same page.--Keith Hernandez - RotoBaller
Source: NFL.com - Gregg Rosenthal
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