Sitton (shoulder) announced Thursday that he is retiring from the NFL, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports.
Sitton was a symbol of durability and toughness during his eight-year stint with the Packers in which the three-time All-Pro completed a 16-game season six times. After finishing his career with two years in Chicago and one in Miami, Sittin will retire having started in 142 of the 148 games he appeared in with a Super Bowl XLV ring in hand.
Sitton (shoulder) was released by the Dolphins on Thursday with a failed physical designation, freelance NFL writer Howard Balzer reports.
Sitton,who played only one game in 2018 before landing on injured reserve due to a torn rotator cuff, has started only 26 of a possible 48 games over the last three seasons. The Dolphins will save a reported $5 million in cap space, and Sitton is likely to land with the Jets following his release, per Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com.
Sitton (shoulder) was released by the Dolphins on Wednesday, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.
Sitton played only one game in 2018 before landing on injured reserve due to a torn rotator cuff and has started in only 26 of a possible 48 games over the last three seasons. The Dolphins determine the extra cap flexibility was preferable to paying the 32-year-old guard a $7 million salary in 2019.
Sitton (shoulder) is among a host of Dolphins who could be cut during the offseason, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
A turbulent offseason is expected in Miami, with a host of new front office changes prompting a roster overhaul for a team that finished the 2018 with a 7-9 record. Sitton, who landed on injured reserve in September thanks to a shoulder injury, is scheduled to count $7 million against the salary cap and has started just 26 of the possible 48 games in the past three seasons.
The Dolphins placed Sitton (shoulder) on injured reserve Friday, Chris Perkins of The Athletic reports.
Sitton was already declared out for the season with a torn rotator cuff and is set to undergo surgery in the near future to address the issue. Ted Larsen will step in at left guard for the Dolphins.
Sitton (shoulder) was diagnosed with a torn rotator cuff and is out for the rest of the 2018 season, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
Sitton sustained the injury during Sunday's game against the Titans and will require surgery to address the issue. Ted Larsen is set to take over the starting role at left guard for the Dolphins.
Sitton (shoulder) was a non-participant in Wednesday's practice, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
Sitton suffered a shoulder injury in Sunday's season opener against the Titans and should be considered day-to-day until the injury's severity is disclosed. If Sitton is unable to suit up against the Jets on Sunday, Ted Larsen likely will draw the start at left guard.
Sitton intends to sign a two-year deal with the Dolphins, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Sitton played in Chicago the last two-years and the team declined his third-year option. Now in Miami, Sitton will likely take over as one of the team's starting guards looking to protect quarterback Ryan Tannehill (knee), who will be returning from an ACL injury.
The Bears declined Sitton's $8 million team option for the 2018 season on Tuesday, Tom Pelissero and Ian Rapoport of NFL Network report.
The $8 million salary was more than reasonable for Sitton, who graded out as the sixth-best guard in the NFL among qualifiers last season, per Pro Football Focus. The Bears' decision to cut the 31-year-old was likely motivated by a desire to get younger along the offensive line while freeing up cap space to address other positions of need. Given that he's still playing at a high level, Sitton shouldn't have trouble garnering a multi-year commitment from another team when he becomes a free agent in March.
Sitton isn't certain to remain with the Bears in 2018, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Sitton fared well in both pass protection and run blocking in 2017, ultimately grading out as Pro Football Focus' sixth-ranked offensive guard. However, he has a team option in his contract that would allow the Bears to save $8 million if they release him prior to Feb. 9. With a new head coach coming to Chicago, it wouldn't be surprising if the Bears moved on from the pricey 32-year-old.
Sitton (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
Sitton hasn't played nor practiced since suffering his ankle injury two weeks ago, and his absence comes as no surprise. Look for Hroniss Grasu or Bradley Sowell to start in Sitton's place.
Sitton (ankle) is doubtful to play Sunday against the Vikings, Jeff Dickerson of ESPN reports.
Sitton injured his ankle in Week 15 and hasn't played nor practiced since. If he ultimately isn't cleared to play, the veteran will finish 2017 having had a fine season, grading out as Pro Football Focus' sixth-best offensive guard.
Sitton (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Browns.
The 31-year-old was unable to practice in any capacity this week after injuring his ankle in the Week 15 loss to the Lions. With Sitton and fellow starting guard Tom Compton (concussion) sidelined, Cody Whitehair, Hroniss Grasu and Bradley Sowell will likely serve as the Bears' starting interior linemen.
Sitton (ankle) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Browns, Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Sitton, who originally suffered the ankle injury during Week 15's loss to the Lions, is unlikely to play Sunday after failing to practice throughout the week. Either Cameron Lee or Cody Whitehair is expected to fill in at guard if Sitton is sidelined.
Sitton is doubtful to return to Saturday's game against the Lions with an ankle injury.
Sitton stayed down on the field and appeared to be favoring his right leg. The veteran offensive guard is unlikely to return Saturday, especially with the game in hand and in the closing stages of the fourth quarter.
Sitton (concussion) is listed as active for Sunday's matchup against the 49ers.
Sitton has cleared the league's concussion protocol and practiced in a limited fashion during Friday's session, so he's expected to start at left guard per usual.
Sitton (concussion) practiced Friday in a limited fashion and is questionable for Sunday's game against the 49ers.
If Sitton is unable to play Sunday, expect Tom Compton to fill in at left guard.
Sitton is out for the rest of Sunday's game against the Eagles after suffering a concussion.
Sitton will have to complete the league's concussion protocol before he can return, and Brad Sowell will play left guard in the meantime.
Sitton (ribs) is active for Thursday's game against the Packers.
Sitton was forced to sit Week 3, but will return to action Thursday against his former team. The guard will provide a boost to the Bears' running game.
Sitton (ribs) was a limited participant at Tuesday's practice, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Sitton suffered the injury in Week 2 and was subsequently sidelined for Sunday's victory over the Steelers. His presence at practices is encouraging, but it remains to be seen if he will be able to take the field against his former team Thursday night. Look for Hroniss Grasu (hand) or Tom Compton to fill in at guard should Sitton sit.