Report: New England Patriots Eyeing Reunion With Nate Solder

The New England Patriots tried really hard to fix its offense. The defense was really strong, and that’s how the team won their games so far. It’s more than obvious that the team is trying to address the problem before the trade deadline on Tuesday. Well, they may ask an old friend for help. According to some experts, the Patriots may ink a deal with New York Gants tackle Nate Solder. He’s a former Patriot, remember?

The information was first brought by CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora.

Solder struggles with the Giants. He signed with the team in 2019.

The Patriots have been without Isaiah Wynn. He’s out due to the toe injury he suffered in Week 2.

“Washington’s Trent Williams would solidify an offensive line that has been struck by injuries as well, and some general managers I spoke to believe that the Patriots could end up re-acquiring Giants tackle Nate Solder, who was formidable for the Patriots but has struggled in New York on a huge contract,” La Canfora wrote in his column. “Even adding a depth piece like Cordy Glenn, who has clashed with the Bengals over his concussions, could make sense with his ability to play either tackle spot. Also, if the Browns are able to pry Williams out of Washington, then benched left tackle Greg Robinson is even more likely to be moved ahead of the deadline.

“It’s clear the Patriots aren’t concerned about trading future high draft picks to try to get another ring out of this dynasty, and they realize they have been able to get by with a middling running and passing game thus far, but doing so week after week in January might be pushing it. They’ll be very active again at the deadline.”

The team also needs another pass-catcher. They will probably get one before the deadline, despite the recent acquisition receiver Mohamed Sanu. Cincinnati Bengals receiver A.J. Green and tight end Tyler Eifert are also linked to the defending Super Bowl championship.

Let’s see what happens before the trade deadline. Will they add another receiver? Will they sign another player?

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