Solder (ankle) is officially active for Monday's game against the Eagles, Art Stapleton of The Bergen Record reports.
Solder popped up on the injury report early in the week, but he logged full practice sessions Friday and Saturday, respectively. He's expected to handle his usual starting left tackle role in Week 14.
Solder cleared the league's concussion protocol Friday.
Solder is set to draw his usual start at left tackle Week 12. His return will provide a notable boost to the Giants' offensive line against Chicago's stout defense.
Coach Pat Shurmur said Thursday that he's optimistic Solder (concussion) will clear the league's protocol for head injuries this week, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.
The Giants typically have players meet with an independent neurologist during the week's last practice session, so a final word on Solder's availability for Week 12 may not come until Friday. If he indeed manages to receive full clearance, Solder will draw his usual start at left tackle during Sunday's tilt against the Bears.
Solder suffered a concussion and is ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Jets.
The Giants are banged up on their offensive front, so they'll likely need to bump Nick Gates over to tackle in Solder's place.
Solder started at left tackle and played 17 snaps in Friday's preseason game with the Bears.
Solder had arthroscopic surgery on his ankle in May but seems to be healthy now. He played in all 16 games for the Giants last season and will look to do so again in 2019.
Solder (ankle) remains on track to be ready for training camp, Dan Duggan of The Athletic reports.
Solder stated his ankle is "progressing really nicely," and followed that up with optimism regarding his chances to return for training camp. The 31-year-old underwent arthoscopic surgery to clear out bone spurs in May.
Solder underwent arthroscopic surgery to clear out bone spurs in his ankle but is expected to be ready for training camp, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Solder joined the Giants on a four-year, $62 million deal last season and started all 16 games during his first year in New York. The 30-year-old seems likely to be out or limited for upcoming OTAs, but there shouldn't be any impact for the 2019 season if he's ready for training camp, as expected.
Solder (leg) started at left tackle in Friday's preseason victory over the Lions.
Solder appears to be back at full strength as he played 26 offensive snaps Friday, so the Giants expect to have their starting left tackle for Week 3 of the preseason and beyond.
Solder's leg injury was determined to be nothing serious, Ralph Vacchiano of Sportsnet New York reports.
Solder went down when two of the Giants' linemen fell on the back of his legs, and the team initially feared he may have suffered a long-term injury. After being evaluated by team doctors, Solder was cleared of any major ailment. He may miss a brief period while the minor injury heals up, but he's expected to be 100 percent when training camp rolls around.
Solder suffered a right leg injury during Thursday's minicamp practice, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
Solder's leg was the casualty after a scrum between rookie offensive lineman Will Hernandez and defensive tackle Damon Harrison got out of hand. The 30-year-old, whom the Giants lavished with a four-year, $62 million deal in free agency to take over as their starting left tackle, said that he's dealing with some soreness in the leg, but hopes that's the extent of the injury. The Giants should provide an update if the injury is anything that jeopardizes Solder's availability for training camp.
Solder agreed to terms Wednesday with the Giants on a four-year, $62 million contract, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Per Matt Lombardo of NJ.com, Solder's deal contains nearly $35 million guaranteed.
The new deal makes Solder, who was widely regarded as the top available tackle in free agency, as the NFL's highest-paid lineman. He'll replace Erik Flowers as the Giants' starting left tackle, which represents good news for quarterback Eli Manning and the Giants offense as a whole. Solder allowed six sacks and 19 quarterback hits while starting all 16 regular-season contests for the Patriots in 2017.
Solder (illness) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Bills.
Solder was a late addition to the injury report this week after coming down with an illness Saturday. However, it appears he's set to tough this one out.
Solder is questionable for Sunday's game against the Bills due to an illness, Zack Cox of NESN reports.
Solder has not yet missed a game this season, though that appears to be in at least some amount of jeopardy heading into Week 16.
Solder (undisclosed) did not make an appearance on the team's Week 1 injury report.
Solder had been dealing with an undisclosed ailment for several days, but his absence from the injury report seems to confirm it's now behind him. The seven-year vet is expected to anchor the offensive line in Thursday's season opener.
Solder remains limited at practice due to an undisclosed injury, Jeff Howe of the Boston Herald reports.
Solder has been nursing the undisclosed injury since camp commenced. However, it is not expected to hold him back much longer, as the Patriots have seemingly been overly cautious in order to prevent a long-term problem. His status for Week 1 does remain up in the air until more clarity is gained.
Solder (hamstring) is in the lineup for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Solder entered the weekend questionable to play Sunday after missing the Patriots' Week 1 win over the Cardinals, but he's healthy enough at this point to make his season debut. LaAdrian Waddle figures to move back into his typical reserve role with Solder back on the field.
Solder (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's matchup with Miami.
Solder missed the team's Week 1 win over the Cardinals due to his hamstring injury and he was limited throughout the past week. If he returns he'll be expected to start, and if he's held out look for LaAdrian Waddle to fill in once again.
Solder (hamstring) will not play in Sunday's regular season opener at Arizona.
New England's starting left tackle did not make the trip to Arizona. The Patriots will now be without their starting quarterback, tight end and right guard in addition to Solder. LaAdrian Waddle is expected to fill in during Solder's absence.
Patriots left tackle Nate Solder signed a two-year, $20.62 million contract extension, which takes him through the 2017 season, a source told ESPN.
As part of the agreement, the Patriots can't use the franchise or transition tag on Solder after his deal runs out in 2017.
The Patriots drafted Solder in the first round (17th overall) of the 2011 NFL Draft. He has missed only one game in his four-year career and has started 60 of 63 games.
Patriots left tackle Nate Solder is hoping to stick around despite being in the final season of his rookie contract.
"I would love to stay," he told the Boston Herald. "...Who knows what will happen? My approach with that, too, is just to do the best I can while I'm here."
Solder is set to earn a guaranteed $7.438 million in 2015. The team could work out an extension with him to lessen a cap hit or prevent him from becoming a free agent in March. The Patriots did draft offensive linemen over the weekend, but none play his position.