Wagner agreed to sign with the Packers on Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
It's a strong hint that the Packers don't expect to re-sign right tackle Bryan Bulaga, who profiles as one of the top linemen on the free-agent market. Wagner was once viewed similarly, but he was a bit of a disappointment in his three seasons with the Lions, eventually leading to his release last week. The 30-year-old likely will start at right tackle for the Packers, though it's possible he operates as a swing tackle or guard if the team does end up locking down Bulaga.
The Lions have released Wagner, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com reports.
By releasing the offensive tackle, the Lions have freed up about $6.1 million in salary cap space for the coming season. The 30-year-old, who the Ravens took in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL Draft, originally joined the Lions back in 2017, when he inked a five-year, $47.5 million free-agent deal with the team.
Wagner (knee) is officially inactive for Sunday's game versus the Packers.
Wagner was considered questionable due to the knee injury but will end up missing his third consecutive contest. Tyrell Crosby is slated to receive another start at right tackle for the Lions.
Wagner (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against Denver, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Wagner got two limited practices in this week before missing Friday's. He'll give way to Tyrell Crosby for a second straight game.
Wagner (knee) will not play Sunday against the Buccaneers.
The tackle was forced out of a Week 14 contest against the Vikings with a knee injury, one that will keep him off the field for another week. Tyrell Crosby will slide into the vacated right tackle role.
Wagner suffered a knee injury during Sunday's divisional loss to the Vikings, Kyle Meinke of MLive.com reports.
Wagner was forced out of Sunday's loss in the third quarter and did not retake the field. Expect Wednesday's first injury report of the week to shed some light on Wagner's chances of suiting up versus the Buccaneers in Week 15. Tyrell Crosby stands to start at right tackle as long as Wagner remains sidelined.
Wagner (knee) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against Minnesota.
It's unclear how Wagner picked up the injury, but he was forced to leave the game in the third quarter. As long as the veteran is sidelined, Tyrell Crosby is expected to take over as the team's right tackle.
Wagner (concussion) is absent from the Lions' final injury report ahead of Sunday's game against the Redskins.
Wagner suffered a concussion in the Lions' Week 9 loss to the Bears and subsequently was sidelined the following week. He has now been cleared to play this week. Barring any setbacks, he should resume his usual role at right tackle.
Wagner (concussion) was ruled out for Sunday's game against Dallas.
Wagner exited the Week 10 loss to the Bears after suffering the concussion and will miss at least one game as a result. The veteran offensive tackle will have to fully clear the concussion protocol before retaking the field.
Wagner won't return to Sunday's game against the Bears due to a concussion, Justin Rogers of The Detroit News reports.
Wagner will now have to fully clear the concussion protocol before seeing game action.
Wagner (knee) is active for Sunday's divisional tilt against the Vikings.
Wagner will draw his usual start at right tackle. The 29-year-old's presence will be a key boost for Detroit against Minnesota's stout defensive front.
Wagner (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
Wagner logged two limited practices this week before turning in a full one Friday. The 29-year-old has yet to miss a snap this season.
Wagner (concussion) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
Wagner sat out Sunday's loss to the Bills due to a concussion but is progressing well in his recovery. The veteran right tackle appears on track to clear the league-mandated concussion protocol in time to start against the Vikings in Week 16.
Wagner (concussion) won't play in Sunday's game versus the Bills, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Wagner will sit out for the first time this season and rookie fifth-round pick Tyrell Crosby is expected to start at right tackle.
Wagner (concussion) will not return to Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Justin Rogers of The Detroit News reports.
Wagner was evaluated for a concussion in the first half of Sunday's game, and was ultimately ruled out. The Wisconsin product will now have to clear the league-mandated concussion protocol before returning to the field. Kenny Wiggins will continue to take over at right tackle with Wagner sidelined.
Wagner (ankle) doesn't appear on the injury report ahead of Sunday's season finale against the Packers.
Wagner will make his return after missing the past three games with a sprained ankle.
Wagner (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
This comes as a slight surprise, as Wagner had participated in every practice the Lions held this week and was seemingly set to make his return from a two-game absence. It isn't clear who will fill his spot in the starting lineup.
Wagner (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals.
After missing the past two games with a sprained ankle, Wagner was able to participate in a limited fashion in each day of practice this week. He seems to have a decent shot of suiting up.
Wagner (ankle) is not expected to play Sunday against the Bears, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports.
Wagner sprained his ankle in Week 14 and subsequently missed the Lions' Week 15 victory over Tampa Bay. The Wisconsin product checks in as Pro Football Focus' fifth-highest graded right tackle, so his continued absence would represent a downgrade for the Lions' entire offense, especially in the pass-blocking department, the area in which Wagner has been most effective.
Wagner (ankle, back) has been ruled out for Sunday's game in Tampa Bay.
Wagner didn't practice this week after spraining his ankle and also sustaining some sort of back injury during the Lions' Week 13 loss to the Ravens. This will mark his first absence all season. Either Corey Robinson or Brian Mihalik should start at right tackle in his place, depending on how Detroit shuffles its offensive line to accommodate for Wagner's loss.