Newhouse (illness) is active for Sunday's tilt against Buffalo.
Newhouse was held out of practice throughout the week due to his illness and was questionable entering Sunday. He'll figure to see his normal role as the starting left tackle.
The Patriots have listed Newhouse (illness) as questionable for Sunday's game versus the Bills.
Newhouse was unable to practice all week and now looks like a true game-time decision. His status will depend on how he is feeling closer to kickoff. Should he ultimately be unable to go, Korey Cunningham and Caleb Benenoch would be the options to replace him at left tackle.
Newhouse (illness) did not practice Thursday, Andrew Callahan of The Springfield Republican reports.
Newhouse has yet to practice this week due to an undisclosed illness. The 30-year-old veteran started at left tackle during New England's last two games. If Newhouse were forced to miss any time, the Patriots would be left with Korey Cunningham and Caleb Benenoch as their only options at left tackle.
Newhouse was signed by the Patriots on Wednesday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
New England needed to add some insurance along its offensive line following a shoulder injury to Marcus Cannon this past week. Newhouse is a versatile lineman, capable of lining up both at guard and at tackle, and will help the Patriots protect prized quarterback Tom Brady. Newhouse, 30, was recently waived by the Saints and had spent time with both the Panthers and Bills last season before winding up in New Orleans earlier this offseason.
Newhouse (undisclosed) was waived off injured reserve with an injury settlement Sunday.
Newhouse joined the Saints in May but was unable to remain on the roster through the start of the regular season. The 30-year-old played 14 games between the Panthers and Bills last season, garnering two starts.
Newhouse came to terms on a contract with the Saints on Wednesday, Sean Fazende of FOX 8 New Orleans reports.
Newhouse spent time with the Panthers and Bills in 2018, starting two games. The 30-year-old should provide some versatility to the offensive line, as he has the ability to swing between guard and tackle.
Newhouse is active for Sunday's game against the Saints after dealing with a hip injury earlier in the week, Jourdan Rodrigue of the Charlotte Observer reports.
Newhouse was originally deemed questionable for Sunday's tilt after missing a pair of practices due to a minor hip issue, but he'll be available for the Panthers' season finale.
The Panthers acquired Newhouse from Buffalo on Tuesday in exchange for a future 2021 seventh-round conditional draft choice, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
The Panthers needed some offensive line depth, and Newhouse wasn't seeing much action for the Bills, so they called up some old friends (much of the Buffalo brass moved over from Carolina) to fill a need inexpensively.
Newhouse logged 17 offensive snaps during Friday's preseason game against the Browns.
It's good to see Newhouse on the field in the wake of an Aug. 3 event when the offensive lineman left practice in an ambulance. The veteran tackle is competing for the top job at swing tackle in advance of the 2018 campaign.
Newhouse was cramping during Friday's practice and left in an ambulance, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.
Newhouse's injury shouldn't keep him off the field very long. The 29-year-old is expected to back up a couple of offensive line spots this season.
Newhouse signed with the Bills on Monday, Chris Brown of the team's official site reports.
As part of the Bills' initiative to revamp its offensive line, the team has agreed to a one-year deal with Newhouse. The 29-year-old will bring with him a tremendous amount of NFL experience and could be a starter at one of the tackle spots for the season opener.
Newhouse was released by the Raiders on Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Amid various roster moves Monday, Newhosue fell victim to the changes happening in Oakland. Given his NFL experience, the 29-year-old figures to garner his fair share of interest from other suitors, but it seems his tenure with Raiders has come to an end.
Newhouse (hip, quad) was a full participant in Thursday's practice and is in line to play Sunday against the Broncos.
Newhouse will return to his role as Oakland's starting right tackle.
Newhouse (hip) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Patriots.
Newhouse is a surprise appearance on the injury report, and Vadal Alexander will slot into the right tackle role for the time being.
Newhouse (foot) is listed as active Sunday against the Bills.
Newhouse will avoid the inactive list despite logging limited practices all week, suiting up for his regular role at right tackle.
Newhouse (foot) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bills.
Newhouse did not play against the Chiefs last Thursday and was limited in practice this week. Vandal Alexander would likely fill in at right tackle again if Newhouse is unable to play.
Newhouse (foot) has been ruled out of Thursday's game against the Chiefs.
Newhouse didn't practice in any capacity this week. In his stead Thursday, we'd expect to see Vadal Alexander fill in at right tackle.
The Giants have completely remodeled their offensive line unit for the start of organized team activities.
Compared to last year's o-line, only two players are back but even those guys have switched positions and shifted along the line. Justin Pugh has gone from right tackle to left guard and Weston Richburg shifted from left guard to center.
Will Beatty, who was a mainstay at left tackle last season, will miss five to six months after undergoing surgery to repair a torn pectoral muscle. Beatty's injury has paved the way for rookie Ereck Flowers to step in at the left tackle position.
Quaterback Eli Manning is still adjusting to all the moving pieces in front of him.
"Obviously, having a new center can be an adjustment," Manning said. "But (Weston) Richburg was here last year and I got snaps with him last year, so that hasn't been a big deal. Anytime you have a rookie at left tackle, it can be an adjustment."
Geoff Schwartz and John Jerry are splitting time at right guard, while Marshall Newhouse has been taking the snaps at right tackle.
The Giants announced they've signed running back Shane Vereen late Wednesday night.
The New York Daily News previously reported that Vereen is being signed to a three-year, $12.35 million deal. Vereen rushed for 391 yards and two touchdowns in 2014. He added 447 receiving yards and three touchdowns in the passing game as well.
“(I made this) decision with my family,” Vereen said, via the team's official website. “At the end of the day, I wanted to make a decision that was right for us, right for them, and this is a great organization. I was fortunate enough to play in New England with another great organization. This is not a step down; if anything, it is a step up. I am looking forward to the opportunity, and I am enjoying being in New York.”
The Giants also announced the official signings of offensive tackle Marshall Newhouse, wide receiver/return specialist Dwayne Harris and linebackers Jonathan Casillas and J.T. Thomas III.
The Giants agreed to a two-year deal with offensive tackle Marshall Newhouse, a source told ESPN.
Newhouse played in 15 games for the Bengals last season, starting five of them.