The Giants' offensive line has been a work in progress, but the group will avoid a problem in Week 7.
Coach Pat Shurmur told reporters Saturday tackle Nate Solder (neck) is ready to go for New York's Monday night contest against the Atlanta Falcons.
Solder played in the entirety of New York's Week 6 loss to Philadephia, but was dealing with a neck injury for much of the week, participating in limited fashion in practice on Thursday and Friday.
Solder's importance doesn't require much explanation. The former Patriots tackle was the most sought-after free agent at the position in the offseason, landing with the Giants on a four-year, $62 million deal in March. Solder serves as a fairly reliable anchor for an offensive line that has already seen the departure of starting right tackle Ereck Flowers, whom the Giants released after a disappointing start to the season that included a Week 3 benching in favor of Chad Wheeler.
Elsewhere in injury news Saturday:
Houston also activated safety Andre Hal off of the Reserve/NFI list, which he'd been on with Hodgkin's Lymphoma. Hal has a chance to play against the Jaguars, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
Falcons coach Dan Quinn said he felt optimistic about Sanu, defensive tackle Grady Jarrett (ankle) and defensive end Derrick Shebly (groin) playing on Monday night.