Wisniewski signed a two-year contract with the Steelers on Thursday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Wisniewski, who has started in two of the last three Super Bowls for the Eagles and the Chiefs, adds key depth to Pittsburgh's offensive line. The tenth-year veteran is able to play at many different positions, so he should fill in nicely wherever the Steelers need him, whether that comes in a starting role or off the bench.
Wisniewski signed a contract with the Chiefs on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
The 30-year-old will provide some interior depth for Kansas City's offensive line with Andrew Wylie battling an ankle injury. Wisniewski appeared in 46 games (24 starts) for the Eagles over the past three seasons.
Wisniewski signed a one-year, $1.5 million contract with the Eagles on Monday, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.
Wisniewski started in 24 games for the Eagles over three seasons, primarily at guard. The Penn State product could see additional time if fellow guard Brandon Brooks (Achilles) isn't ready to start the season.
The Eagles do not plan on picking up Wisniewski's 2019 option, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.
Wisniewski started a total of 24 games over the course of three seasons for the Eagles, primarily playing guard. Philadelphia will save a total of $3 million in cap room following the move. The Penn State product will be free to sign anywhere when the new league year starts Wednesday.
Wisniewski announced via his personal Twitter account that he underwent surgery to repair a torn ligament in his thumb Friday.
Wisniewski started seven games for the Eagles in 2018, but primarily served as a backup center and left guard. It's unclear when he sustained the thumb injury, but he's expected to be ready for the 2019 season.
Wisniewski (ankle) has played in both of the Eagles' preseason game thus far.
Wisniewski suffered the ankle injury during Super Bowl LII in February, but he's played 36 offensive snaps over the Eagles' first two preseason games. The 29-year-old should continue to serve as Philadelphia's starting left guard in 2018.
Wisniewski sustained an ankle injury in the Eagles' Super Bowl LII victory over the Patriots on Feb. 4, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
The left guard was only forced to miss a handful of plays with the injury and was scheduled to be evaluated last week. It's unclear what the prognosis is for Wisniewski heading into the upcoming season, but unless major surgery was necessary, he should be back to full strength for the start of training camp.
Wisniewski will get some reps against Dallas, Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Wisniewski has missed the last two games due to an ankle injury, but head coach Doug Pederson wants his left guard to get some work in ahead of the postseason.
Wisniewski (ankle) was a full participant in Wednesday's team walk-through.
Since the Eagles didn't hold a traditional practice Wednesday, it's unclear if Wisniewski is completely out of the woods with his injury. In any case, Wisniewski full participation should put him on track to be ready for the divisional round of the NFC playoffs at the very least after the Eagles clinched a first-round bye. He could even see snaps Week 17 against the Cowboys, though Wisniewski and the rest of the team's key starters would likely be limited with little on the line in the regular-season finale.
Wisniewski (ankle) is inactive for Monday's game against the Raiders, Tim McManus of ESPN.com reports.
Wisniewski is nursing a high-ankle sprain and the Eagles need him as close to full health as possible for the playoffs, according to Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News. As such, it wouldn't be a surprise if Wisniewski also sits out the season finale next week against the Cowboys.
Wisniewski (ankle) is listed as questionable for the Eagles' matchup against the Raiders on Monday, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Wisniewski was unable to suit up for last week's 34-29 victory over the Giants. The absence marked his first of the year. He is looking like a true game-time decision Monday, so final confirmation of his status is unlikely to be determined until he tries to go through pregame workouts.
Wisniewski (ankle) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Giants.
Although he was able to get on the practice field Thursday and Friday, Wisniewski will be replaced by Chance Warmack at left guard Sunday.
Wisniewski (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Giants.
Wisniewski was able to practice in a limited fashion Thursday and Friday, boding well for his chances to play Sunday. If he can't go however, expect Chance Warmack to slot in at left guard.
Wisniewski (ankle) is expected to practice Wednesday, The Philadelphia Daily News reports.
Wisniewski sustained the injury in Sunday's win over the Rams and did not return, despite being designated probable to make it back into the contest. Regardless, head coach Doug Pederson indicated he expected the 28-year-old, who's officially considered day-to-day, to practice Wednesday.
Wisniewski sustained an ankle injury in Sunday's win over the Rams and did not return, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports.
Wisniewski was designated probable to return in the first half, but Isaac Seumalo stayed at left guard for the remainder of the game. There is no indication as to the severity of the injury at this point.
Wisniewski signed a three-year deal with the Eagles on Friday, Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports.
Wisniewski is a versatile offensive lineman who gave the Eagles depth at multiple positions last season with his ability to slide in at center or guard. Expect him to play a similar role in Philadelphia in 2017 and beyond with his new deal.
Despite undergoing surgery to repair a torn labrum in his shoulder in January, Jaguars center Stefen Wisniewski said the rehab is going well and his goal is to be ready by training camp, the team announced.
Wisniewski was signed by the team to compete for a starting role along the interior of the offensive line.
The Jaguars announced the signing of free agent center Stefen Wisniewski on Saturday.
Wisniewski reportedly signed a one-year contract for $2.5 million, per Jacksonville.com.
"We had the opportunity to spend time with Stefen earlier this month and remained in contact with him with the hopes of getting a deal done," GM David Caldwell said. "We are excited to get him on board before we officially start our offseason conditioning program next week. He gives us great position flexibility along our offensive line as he has started at both center and guard during his career. He has a familiarity with our offensive system and brings a lot of experience to our offensive line room."
Center Stefen Wisniewski is visiting with the Titans on Monday, per The Tennessean, as the veteran continues a free-agent tour that has already seen him meet with the Buccaneers, Patriots, Jets and Seahawks.
Wisniewski has played his entire four-year career in Oakland, where he's made 61 starts. He was a second-round pick by the Raiders in 2011.
Center Stefen Wisniewski visited with the Jaguars on Wednesday, according to the Florida Times-Union. Wisniewski left the visit having not signed a contract.
“We’ll have more conversations about him, but right now, we’re in a holding period,” head coach Gus Bradley said Thursday during the Jaguars’ clinic for high school coaches.
Wisniewski, 26, has only missed three starts during his four-year career, all with the Raiders. He started all 16 games in 2014.