ESPN "Spending some time with Patriots starting left tackle Nate Solder last week, he relayed that the team’s medical and athletic training staff is pleased with his progress from the torn biceps that ended his 2015 season in Week 5. “Everything is going as well as they hoped it would go; just great,”..." March 06
Pro Football Talk "Patriots offensive tackle announced Monday night that his infant son, Hudson, is battling kidney cancer. Nate Solder was speaking at a fundraiser when he revealed that Hudson has undergone some chemotherapy treatments to fight a tumor that was diagnosed last month, Jeff Howe of the Boston..." November 17
NESN "The New England Patriots reportedly lost their starting left tackle for the 2015 season. Nate Solder tore his right biceps, a league source told The Boston Globe’s Jim McBride. Solder is out for the year, according to McBride. " October 14
NESN "The man who protects Tom Brady’s blind side was rewarded with a hefty contract extension Wednesday. New England Patriots left tackle Nate Solder was given a two-year contract extension worth a reported $20.62 million, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported. Solder, who was named a team captain Tuesday,..." September 09
CSN New England "Patriots left tackle Nate Solder is going into the final year of his contract after having his fifth-year option picked up by the Patriots around this time last season. It could be his final season with the team since he's scheduled to be an unrestricted free agent following the 2015..." May 06
ESPN Boston "New England Patriots left tackle Nate Solder takes pride in his team-first approach, which means he often avoids speaking about himself. He's making an exception on this topic with the hope he might help others. Solder was diagnosed with testicular cancer in April 2014, which shocked him..." April 21
Pro Football Talk "Teams have until May 3 to exercise fifth-year options on contracts given to first-round picks in 2011 and many teams have already gone ahead and locked up productive players well ahead of the deadline. You can add the Patriots to that list. Jason LaCanfora of CBSSports.com reports that the..." April 23
Patriots announce that WR Kenbrell Thompkins and OT Nate Solder will not play tomorrow against #Ravens.
Starting left tackle Nate Solder (concussion) returns to practice, per @FieldYates. WR Aaron Dobson (foot) the lone absence today.
Starting LT Nate Solder & WR Aaron Dobson (foot) the lone absences at Patriots practice, per @FieldYates. OT Marcus Cannon (ankle) returns.
Boston Herald "Finally, Patriots left tackle Nate Solder has gotten a feel for a normal offseason. The 2011 first-round pick’s camp debut was held up due to the lockout, which stunted every second-year player’s growth during the following offseason. Even as strange as it sounds, young players need to learn..." April 04