The Packers placed Bell on injured reserve Wednesday.
Bell was inactive for Sunday's game versus Atlanta after suffering a knee injury the week prior. He has been officially shut down for the rest of 2018, prompting the Packers to add some depth along the offensive line in the form of Nico Siragusa.
Bell (knee) is inactive for Sunday's Week 14 tilt against Atlanta.
Bell's status comes as no surprise after he was held out of practice all week. He's one of three starting offensive linemen who are inactive for Green Bay. Look for Justin McCray or Lucas Patrick to draw the start at right guard in place of Bell.
Bell is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Cardinals due to a knee injury.
Bell left the field during the second quarter. Justin McCray will draw the start at right guard as long as Bell remains sidelined. With Bryan Bulaga (knee) also questionable to return, the Packers' offensive line could prove a liability Week 13.
The Packers expect Bell to start at right guard Sunday against the Bills, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Bell would be replacing Justin McCray (shoulder) with the first-unit. McCray's injury is not expected to keep him sidelined long-term, but Bell could see a big role in the immediate future. He suited up for 12 games in Dallas last year but saw just two starts.
Bell signed with the Packers on Tuesday, Jori Epstein of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Bell has made 74 starts since entering the league as an undrafted free agent in 2011, and he spent 2017 with the Cowboys. The 29-year-old is comfortable at right tackle, but that position is manned by veteran Bryan Bulaga. Therefore, Bell will likely vie for the right guard position along with Justin McCray. If he loses that competition, Bell could serve as the next man up behind the oft-injured Bulaga.
Bell is on track to start at left tackle Sunday against the Eagles with Tyron Smith (groin/back) unlikely to play, Jane Slater of NFL Network reports.
The Cowboys struggled mightily to replace Smith, a four-time All-Pro, in the Week 10 loss to the Falcons, with his replacement in the starting lineup, Chaz Green, surrendering five sacks. Green was pulled in favor of Bell later in the contest, but the 28-year-old didn't fare much better, conceding two sacks in relief. It nonetheless appears that will be enough to earn Bell the right to protect Dak Prescott's blind side in Week 10, which could inhibit the productivity of the Dallas offense for the second week in a row.
Bell (ankle) participated in drills at Cowboys' practice, David Helman of the team's official site reports.
Bell spent most of 2016 on injured reserve with an ankle injury. He was signed to a one-year, "prove-it" deal in March, and now he'll be healthy enough to fight for a spot on one of the best offensive fronts in football.
Bell (ankle) signed a one-year contract with the Cowboys on Friday, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Bell last played in 2015, when he started 16 games for the Titans. A versatile offensive lineman who has lined up at left guard and both tackle positions at the professional level, Bell could compete with Chaz Green for the Cowboys' starting right tackle job this summer in the wake of Doug Free's retirement, or battle with Jonathan Cooper at left guard if La'el Collins ends up shifting outside to replace Free.
Bell is currently on the injured reserve list with a season-ending ankle injury, Tyler Dragon of NFL.com reports.
Bell dislocated his ankle back in the first day of OTAs. Rookie first-round draft pick Jack Conklin has filled in nicely at right tackle and will present a major obstacle for Bell to return to starting status in 2017.
The Titans have agreed to terms with offensive tackle Byron Bell, the team announced Wednesday. Bell spent the first four seasons of his career with the Panthers, starting 56 of a possible 64 games. He only missed two games with injuries in his time with Carolina.
Tackle Byron Bell, who was not re-signed by the Panthers after a tough 2014 campaign, will visit with the Titans on Monday, per the Tennessean.
Bell has played in 62 games, with 56 starts, in his first four NFL season. He started 15 games for the Panthers at right tackle in 2014, but according to Pro Football Focus, allowed nine sacks of quarterback Cam Newton.
The Panthers will be looking for a new left tackle, according to a report by Steve Reed of the Associated Press. According to a source familiar with the situation, the Panthers informed Byron Bell that he would not be re-signed.
Bell played 15 games at left tackle last season, after playing right tackle for the Panthers the previous three seasons.
Monday night, Bell posted a farewell message on Instagram, saying, "It's been real in Carolina now time to see where the Lord takes me next! Can't be mad. 4 years would love more but hey it is what it is."
Panthers offensive tackle Byron Bell posted on his Instagram account Monday he will not be back with the team next season.
He wrote, "It's been real in Carolina now time to see where the Lord takes me next! Can't be mad 4 years would love more but hey it is what it is I guess just got to keep pushing the Lords work and growing as a Christ!"
Bell started 62 games out of a possible 64 in his four years as a member of the Panthers.
Panthers general manager Dave Gettleman does not sound enamored with starting left tackle Byron Bell, reports the Charlotte Observer.
"Byron showed flashes. It's about consistency. I give him a little bit of the benefit of the doubt, it was his first year playing there," Gettleman told the paper. "But I think we've shown if a player shows up that we think is going to make us better, we're going to go get him."
The 6-5, 340-pounder is scheduled to hit free agency.
Panthers left tackle Byron Bell (elbow, knee) and left guard Amini Silatolu (calf) returned to practice Wednesday as the team prepared for Monday's game at Philadelphia. Bell missed last Thursday's loss to the Saints, while Silatolu has missed three straight games.
The Panthers have made Thomas DeCoud, Byron Bell, Amini Silatolu, Trai Turner, Philly Brown, Bene Benwikere, and Fozzy Whittaker inactive Week 9 against the Saints.
DeCoud was considered questionable coming into the contest due to a hamstring injury. Brown had previously been ruled out due to a concussion. The other five players are healthy scratches.
The Panthers ruled out left tackle Byron Bell (knee), running back Fozzy Whittaker (thigh), wideout Philly Brown (concussion), and guards Amini Silatolu (calf) and Trai Turner (knee) for Thursday's game against the Saints.
Panthers undrafted rookie David Foucalt said he'll start Thursday against the Saints in place of left tackle Byron Bell, reports ESPN.com. Bell missed practice this week with a knee injury after starting the first eight games.
Panthers left tackle Byron Bell (knee) missed a second straight day of practice Tuesday as the team prepared for Thursday's game against the Saints. Bell has started every game this season.
The Panthers will have their probables Week 8 against the Seahawks.
Byron Bell, Nate Chandler, Thomas Davis and Roman Harper are all active for the contest. Davis and Harper were on the injury report, but were listed as "not injury related." Bell has an elbow issue. Chandler is dealing with a thigh injury.