Young (groin) is inactive for Monday's game versus the Saints.
With Trent Brown (calf) also sitting out, either Denzelle Good or Brandon Parker is expected to start at right tackle Monday.
Young (groin) is considered doubtful for Monday's game versus the Saints, Paul Gutierrez of ESPN.com reports.
Starting RT Trent Brown (calf) is also doubtful, so if the two are indeed out, either Denzelle Good or Brandon Parker is expected to start Monday's game.
Young suffered a groin injury during the team's Week 1 contest against the Panthers, Tashan Reed of The Athletic reports.
Young was forced into action after Trent Brown (calf) was ruled out in the midst of the matchup. His absence left the team very thin along the offensive line, which could be a problem as the team heads into a Week 2 against the Saints.
The Raiders re-signed Young on Sunday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Young was initially cut by Las Vegas during roster trims Saturday, but the team now opts to bring back the depth tackle.
Young signed a contract with the Raiders on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Young joined the 49ers in mid-September and appeared in four games before being let go in November. The 32-year-old has 21 career starts over 11 seasons, but he's likely to compete for a depth role with the Raiders.
Young was cut by the 49ers on Friday, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reports.
Young has spent time in Miami, Dallas, Jacksonville and Buffalo during his nine-year career, but San Francisco has decided to go in a different direction. There are plenty of NFL teams with offensive line depth issues, so it would not be surprising to see Young given an opportunity elsewhere.
Young signed a contract with the 49ers on Tuesday.
Young played a depth role with the Dolphins in 2018, and has also spent time with the Bills, Jaguars and Cowboys in his career. The nine-year veteran will work to earn a reserve role in San Francisco.
Young re-signed with the Dolphins on Monday, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports.
Young was cut by the team Saturday, but the depth he offers on the offensive line is desired again.
Young was released by the Dolphins on Saturday, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.
Young struggled while filling in at right tackle in last week's game, so much so that the Dolphins have opted to go in another direction. Zach Sterup will become the top backup tackle for Miami going forward.
Young will re-sign with the Dolphins on a one-year contract, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Young's continued availability bodes well for Miami skill players as he serves as a capable backup at tackle in case anything happens to 2016 first-rounder Laremy Tunsil or 2014 first-rounder Ja'Wuan James.
Young resigned with the Dolphins on Sunday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Young returns to Miami after the team placed guard Ted Larsen (biceps) on injured reserve. After joining the team in late October, Young played in eight games last season for the Dolphins, including one start.
Young was signed by the Dolphins on Tuesday, Joe Schad of the Palm Beach Post reports.
Young signs on after Miami parted ways with linemen Billy Turner and Dallas Thomas earlier in the day. The Dolphins line allowed six sacks in Sunday's loss to the Titans. While Young isn't expected to start anytime soon, he could be thrust into a starting opportunity if injuries emerge, as it did with Laremy Tunsil's surprise inactive listing.
With starting right tackle Austin Pasztor rupturing his hamstring Week 13, the Jaguars will replace him with rookie Josh Wells or veteran Sam Young, reports the Florida Times-Union. Wells filled in for Pasztor against the Giants, logging 41 snaps.
"Wells did a pretty good job when he stepped in," coach Gus Bradley told the paper. "The reason why we had him up [active] over Sam Young is because of his flexibility. He could play left tackle and right tackle. Sam does a good job at right tackle so we'll talk more about that, but it will be one of those two."
The Jaguars host the Texans on Sunday.
Jaguars linebacker Jeremiah George, cornerback Jeremy Harris, cornerback Teddy Williams, running back Storm Johnson, guard Tyler Shatley, offensive tackle Sam Young and defensive end Chris Smith were ruled inactive Week 13 vs. N.Y. Giants.
The Jaguars declared defensive end Andre Branch (groin), linebackerJeremiah George (ankle), guard Tyler Shatley, running back Storm Johnson, wideout Mike Brown, offensive tackle Sam Young and cornerback Teddy Williams inactive for Sunday's game at Indianapolis.
Three ailing Jaguars have been placed on the inactive list for their Sunday game against Dallas. They are guard Brandon Linder (shoulder), defensive end Andre Branch (groin) and linebacker Jeremiah George (ankle). All three had been ruled out earlier in the week.
The healthy scratches are offensive tackle Sam Young, cornerback Tommie Campbell, running back Storm Johnson and wideout Mike Brown.
Running back Toby Gerhart (foot) is the lone injured inactive for the Jaguars as they get set to host Cleveland on Sunday.
The healthy scratches are wide receiver Mike Brown, offensive linemen Sam Young and Tyler Shatley, wideout Tavarres King, linebacker Jeremiah George and cornerback Jeremy Harris.
The following players on the injury report were officially ruled active for the Jaguars Week 6 against Tennessee: Toby Gerhart, Tavarres King, Jeremiah George, Tyler Shatley, Mike Brown, Jeremy Harris and Sam Young.
The Jaguars announced Wednesday a few changes to their starting lineup along the offensive line.
Rookie Luke Bowanko is replacing veteran Jacques McClendon as the team's starting center. The Jaguars also announced Sam Young will be the starting right tackle after the team released Cameron Bradfield Tuesday. Young will remain in the starting lineup until Austin Pasztor is ready to return from a fractured hand he suffered in the preseason.
The Jaguars have re-signed offensive tackle Sam Young, reports the team's official website.
Young will compete for a roster spot in training camp.