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Solder Should Be Ready for Camp, Quinn Chose Cowboys for Scheme and More

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An ankle injury cost Nate Solder most of his offseason, but the New York Giants left tackle expects to be full go when the team opens training camp in July. “There’s no reason to think I won’t be there for training camp,” Solder told reporters Saturday.

Robert Quinn thinks Dallas defense is good fit

In spite of being on the trade block, defensive end Robert Quinn had multiple suitors. Finally, the former Pro Bowler set his sites on the Dallas Cowboys, feeling he was a better fit for their defensive strategy.

“I think it was kind of one of those where I get to have fun, pin my ears back and just disrupt the backfield, which is what they want us to do,” Quinn told reporters.

Last year with the Miami Dolphins, Quinn recorded 38 tackles, nine for a loss and 6.5 sacks.

Michel already running after surgery

New England Patriots running back Sony Michel is back running just a couple of weeks after going under the knife for arthroscopic surgery. According to the team, Michel is “progressing quickly.” Last year Michel carried the ball 209 times for 931 yards and six touchdowns. He caught seven passes for 50 yards.


  • Solder should be full go for camp | NFL
  • Quinn picked Cowboys for a reason | NFL
  • Michel back to work after scope | NFL
  • Butt coming back from ACL tear | NFL

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