Patriots offensive tackle Nate Solder is expected to sign with the New York Giants, a Source told ESPN.

Solder and the Giants have reportedly agreed to a 4-year, $62 million deal with $35 million in guaranteed money.

Solder was a Pro Bowl alternate in 2017. It was the first time he's been invited to the Pro Bowl, although he did not play in the game due to the Patriots participation in Super Bowl LII.

Solder becomes the forth impact player expected to leave the Patriots to sign with another team. Malcolm Butler and Dion Lewis reportedly intend to sign with the Tennessee Titans, while Danny Amendola will play for the Miami Dolphins next season.

Remaining Patriots free agents include Rex Burkhead, Matthew Slater, Cameron Fleming, James Harrison and Johnson Bademosi.