NY Giants’ Nate Solder Says Beat Philly & Win The Division! An Incredible Dad Sitting Out Football To Care For Son Battling Cancer

Updated November 16th, 2020

NY Giants’ Nate Solder Says Beat Philly & Win The Division! An Incredible Dad Sitting Out Football To Care For Son Battling Cancer

New York Giants' offensive tackle Nate Solder opted out of the 2020 football season to keep his son, who's battling cancer, safe. He talks to SurvivorNet about that decision and about his team playing their rival this weekend, the Philadelphia Eagles.

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