Browns to consider pursuing Nate Solder, still waiting on Joe Thomas

During the Patriots' loss to the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII, Solder played very well against a vaunted Eagles pass rush, giving up no sacks in the game.

New England Patriots left tackle Nate Solder has been a popular guy this offseason and has drawn interest from numerous teams - the Cleveland Browns are the latest on the list, according to Boston Globe's Ben Volin.

Thomas, 33, was picked third overall in the 2007 draft from the University of Wisconsin by former Browns general manager Phil Savage. Ebner suffered a knee injury in November that prematurely ended his 2017 season.

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Even after that flurry, the Browns still have the second-most cap space in the National Football League at $77.8 million, per Spotrac. Giardi also reported that the Denver Broncos and Houston Texans appear to be the frontrunners to sign him. They have about $61 million in cap space available.

According to Spotrac, Solder could command up to $13.2 million a year in his new contract. He is due a $3 million roster bonus on March 18. NY had its heart set on Andrew Norwell, but he signed with Jacksonville. With the legal tampering underway, I'd certainly expect Solder be connected to a numerous amount of teams, including the Texans. After getting the OK from trainers he has been in the Browns facility nearly daily, working out as much as he can while going through injury rehab. 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. Will the Browns be aggressive enough to get him out of New England?

"For us as an organization, we're going to do everything we can to be prepared whether he plays or he doesn't play and I think that's what our responsibility is". The report adds Thomas' decision will not come on Tuesday and the Browns still don't have any idea about his status. They have had a losing record in 10 straight seasons since then.

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