The New York Giants have several difficult decisions to make on the offensive line after veteran tackle Nate Solder opted out of the 2020 season. After saving $9.9 million in cap space, they have a bit more flexibility to sign free agents if need be. However, I imagine general manager Dave Gettleman and head coach Joe Judge would prefer to roll over the available cap to 2021.
Nonetheless, losing Solder will present issues in the trenches. With the Giants’ most experienced player at the position departing for the season, they will now have to rely on new commodities to supplement his loss.