Pouncey (neck) said Wednesday that he has been medically cleared to play and is back to training normally, Omar Ruiz of NFL Network reports.
The veteran center was placed on injured reserve in October and subsequently underwent surgery to address the neck issue. The injury had been viewed as a career-threatening concern, but Pouncey looks like he'll be ready to go for training camp.
Coach Anthony Lynn said Wednesday that he expects Pouncey (neck) to receive medical clearance for football activities by the time the Chargers reconvene for workouts, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports.
The 30-year-old appeared in only five games last season due to the neck injury and ultimately required surgery, and Lynn previously indicated he wasn't sure whether the center's injury was career-ending. While Pouncey still hasn't been cleared months after surgery, Lynn's more recent comments seemingly implies optimism that the 30-year-old will still be able to play in 2020.
Pouncey (neck) will see a doctor and receive an MRI next week, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Pouncey added that he wants to play next season, but he will need medical clearance to do so. The four-time Pro Bowler is under contract through the 2020 campaign.
Pouncey (neck) was placed on injured reserve and won't play again this season.
According to Daniel Popper of The Athletic, Pouncey will have neck surgery, and coach Anthony Lynn wasn't sure if it's a career-ending issue. Dan Feeney will start at center in his place while Forrest Lamp takes over at left guard.
Pouncey exited Sunday's game against the Broncos with a neck injury.
Pouncey appeared to sustain the injury early in the second half and was deemed questionable to return. Forrest Lamp entered the game in his stead and took over at left guard, pushing Dan Feeney to work as the center.
Pouncey (shoulder) was removed from the injury report Friday, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Pouncey did not practice Thursday with a shoulder injury, but the issue evidently wasn't serious enough to even warrant a designation the following day. As a result, the starting center will play Sunday against the Texans.
Pouncey and the Chargers agreed Monday to a one-year, $9 million contract extension, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
The deal keeps the 30-year-old center in the fold for Los Angeles through the 2020 campaign. In his first season with the Chargers in 2018, Pouncey earned his fourth Pro Bowl nod while starting all 16 games.
Pouncey inked a two-year deal with the Chargers on Monday.
Following his release from the Dolphins, Pouncey will look to rejuvenate his career on the west coast. He's considered to be one the league's most dependable centers and should provide stability for the Chargers at the position.
Pouncey was released by the Dolphins on Thursday.
Pouncy was released prior to the fourth year of his five-year deal with Miami. The team and the veteran guard were unable to workout a restructured deal, leading to Pouncey's release. He'll likely catch on with another team in the near future.
Pouncey (hamstring) won't carry an injury designation into Monday night's game against the Patriots.
Pouncey returned to practice as a full participant Saturday after being limited earlier in the week to avoid the questionable tag. The 28-year-old sustained the injury against the Broncos in Week 13, but will not miss any game action.
Pouncey (hamstring) should be good to go versus the Patriots in Week 14, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
Pouncey left the game early Sunday due to the injury but head coach Adam Gase stated that he was removed more out of an abundance of caution than because of the nature of the injury. Gase also went on to say that the injury is in no way related to hip ailment that caused Pouncey so much trouble last season.
Pouncey injured his hamstring during Sunday's win over the Broncos, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
Pouncey wasn't immediately ruled out for the remainder of the game upon suffering the hamstring injury, so there's a possibility he'll be good to go in Week 14 against the Patriots. If he's kept on the sideline, however, Jake Brendel could draw the start at center.
Pouncey (knee/hip) was able to fully participate in Tuesday's practice, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
Pouncey cleared concussion protocol in time to play in Sunday's victory over the Jets but was still hurting due to the knee and hip issues following the contest. The Dolphins eased him into Week 8 preparations with a limited practice Monday, but his upgrade to a full session Tuesday puts him on track to play Thursday against the Ravens.
Mike Pouncey (concussion) is active for Sunday's game against the Jets.
Pouncey was removed from the Dolphins' Week 6 win over the Falcons in the first half with the concussion, but it didn't take him long to pass through the concussion protocol. The center was a full participant in the team's practice Friday and shouldn't see a restricted snap count Sunday due to the brevity of his absence.
Pouncey (concussion/hip) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Jets, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
Pouncey was absent from practices Wednesday and Thursday, but was able to log a full session Friday, a sign that he's progressing nicely through the concussion protocol. Salguero adds that Pouncey will still need to receive clearance from a neurological consultant before he'll be able to play Sunday, but the Dolphins don't seem concerned that that will be an issue.
Pouncey (concussion) didn't practice Wednesday, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
With Pouncey still in the concussion protocol, he'll likely need to receive clearance for practice either Thursday or Friday to have a realistic shot at playing Sunday against the Jets.
Pouncey is currently in the concussion protocol, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
Pouncey suffered the injury during the game Sunday in Atlanta. As is usually the case with concussions, there is no timetable for his return, although the Dolphins will hold out hope that their best offensive lineman will be able to suit up Sunday versus the Jets.
Pouncey is being evaluated for a concussion and is questionable to return, Joe Schad of The Palm Beach Post reports.
Pouncey is already nursing a hip injury and could possibly add a concussion to the list. Kraig Urbik will fill in for the time being.
Pouncey will eventually need to have hip replacement surgery and it could shorten his career, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
Pouncey missed 11 games last season because of the hip and is fully aware that it could crop up again at any time. Doctors have told Pouncey that he will likely need the replacement surgery within the next 5-10 years, but as of now, the hip isn't an issue and won't affect his status as the starting center.
Pouncey (hip) will start Thursday in Philadelphia, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
This is good news for Jay Ajayi and Jay Cutler, as Pouncey is the Dolphins best offensive lineman and one of the best centers in the NFL. A healthy Pouncey should help open up holes for Ajayi and help to protect Cutler.