Patriots Re-Sign All-Pro Special Teamer Nate Ebner In Free Agency


Thomas has been quite vocal with his support of the Browns adding Tyrod Taylor, Jarvis Landry and Damarious Randall in recent days, so perhaps that is an indication he's leaning on returning.

According to Ben Volin of The Boston Globe, the Cleveland Browns are "making a big run" at the New England Patriots' Nate Solder in free agency. It would be tough for Thomas, who is a future Hall of Famer, to walk away and finally see the Browns succeed on the field. Ebner suffered a knee injury in November that prematurely ended his 2017 season. The Browns were $113 million under the salary cap before their recent flurry of transactions.

Solder, 29, started all 16 games last season for the Patriots, and has been healthy for all but one of his seven National Football League seasons. After being connected to All-Pro guard Andrew Norwell for the past few months, the Giants saw Tom Coughlin and the Jacksonville Jaguars swoop in and sign the former Carolina Panthers guard on Tuesday to a five-year deal for $66.5 million per ESPN's Adam Schefter.

According to Spotrac, Solder could command up to $13.2 million a year in his new contract.

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Still, for a Texans team coming off a 4-12 season, and with Deshaun Watson coming off a torn ACL, Solder would likely be worth it.

Thomas lost weight immediately after being injured because he could not work out. On the other hand, one could argue he's really enjoying being a professional podcaster (I'm not joking) and starting to warm to the idea of being in the media instead of the trenches.

New England would be forced to figure things out on the fly, with potential left tackle candidates LaAdrian Waddle and Cameron Fleming also slated to be free agents. "He knows how to get himself ready to play if he decides to play". They quickly turned their attention to offensive lineman Chris Hubbard (Pittsburgh Steelers), but he promptly agreed to terms with the Cleveland Browns. They have had a losing record in 10 straight seasons since then.