The Patriots placed Schwenke on their reserve/retired list Wednesday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Schwenke was replaced by Lance Kendricks on New England's active roster. The 28-year-old guard appeared on track for a depth role with the Patriots for 2019. His retirement could create additional opportunity for Ted Karras and Tyler Gauthier in training camp.
Schwenke signed a one-year, $895,000 contract extension with the Patriots on Wednesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Schwenke was set to become an unrestricted free agent in March and is now slated to stay in New England through the 2019 season at a cost-effective price. Though the 27-year-old finished the 2018 season on injured reserve with a foot problem, there's been no indication his setback was a long-term concern. The Patriots' willingness to extend his contract implies the organization isn't worried about Schwenke's health either.
The Patriots placed Schwenke (foot) on injured reserve Tuesday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Schwenke missed New England's last two contests and will now likely be sidelined for the remainder of the season. The 27-year-old center was originally a fourth-round pick by the Titans in 2013.
Schwenke (foot) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Packers, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Schwenke was unable to participate in practice at all this week, so his lack of availability is unsurprising. The backup center will miss his second consecutive game due to a lingering foot injury and will work to get healthy for New England's matchup against the Titans in Week 10.
Schwenke was ruled out for Monday's game against the Bills with a foot injury, Doug Kyed of NESN.com reports.
Schwenke was unable to practice this week so it's not surprising to see him ruled out. Ted Karras should be the primary option for interior depth on the offensive line in Schwenke's absence.
Schwenke was re-signed by the Patriots on Tuesday.
Schwenke signed with the team as training camp commenced, but was ultimately a casualty during final roster cuts. However, a roster spot has since opened up, and New England has opted to beef up its offensive line depth by bringing Schwenke back.
Schwenke signed a contract with the Patriots on Tuesday, ESPN's Field Yates reports.
Schwenke spent the 2017 season as a member of the Titans, but will head to New England to provide starting center David Andrews with additional depth at the position.
Schwenke signed with the Titans on Monday, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.
Schwenke was released by the Colts during roster cuts but will remain in the AFC South as he joins the Titans to start the regular season. The 26-year-old offers the Titans a versatile backup who can play several different positions on the line. Last season he played in all 16 games, including three starts at left guard.
Schwenke was released by the Colts on Sunday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
The move comes as a bit of surprise considering many expected Schwenke to be a starter this season. While his time in Indianapolis seems like it has come to an end, the veteran offensive lineman could find a new home sooner rather than later.
Schwenke (ankle) was removed from the Colts' preseason Physically Unable to Perform list on Wednesday, Zak Keefer of the Indianapolis Star reports.
Schwenke originally suffered the right ankle injury during the latter portion of the Colts' offseason program, but he'll now be eligible to participate in practice. Schwenke, a former fourth-round pick, figures to provide depth on the offensive line.
Schwenke (ankle) will be placed on the Colts' preseason Physically Unable to Perform list when he reports to the team Saturday, Mike Chappell of CBS 4 Indianapolis reports.
Schwenke suffered the right ankle injury near the end of the Colts' offseason program and still hasn't fully recovered. The 26-year-old center is expected to serve in a depth role on the offensive line once healthy.
Schwenke signed a contract with the Colts on Monday, Terry McCormick of Titans Insider reports.
After playing in the backup center role behind Ben Jones in 2016, Schwenke will try to reinforce a broken offensive line in Indianapolis.
Titans centers Brian Schwenke and Andy Gallik were unable to practice on Monday due to injuries, according to The Tennessean.
Both are dealing with hamstring injuries. With those two out of the OTA practice, left guard Andy Levitre filled in at center.
The Titans announced center Brian Schwenke has been placed on injured reserve Tuesday.
The team also announced they’ve signed offensive lineman Eric Olsen and promoted linebacker Dontay Moch from the practice squad to the 53-man roster.
Titans starting center Brian Schwenke suffered an MCL strain in the fourth quarter of Sunday's loss to the Eagles, according to ESPN. Schwenke is expected to undergo an MRI on Monday to reveal the extent of the injury.
Tennessee will face Houston in Week 13.
Guard Andy Levitre (hip), linebacker Akeem Ayers (knee) and center Brian Schwenke (ankle) will not participate in next week's OTAs as they recover from surgical procedures, reports ESPN.com.
Titans starting center Brian Schwenke likely will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his ankle, reports the Tennessean. Schwenke played the last six games of the season despite suffering a high-ankle sprain in early November.
Titans defensive lineman Mike Martin, who was listed as questionable Friday with an ankle injury, and offensive lineman Brian Schwenke, who was listed as probable with an ankle injury, are both active for Week 16 at Jacksonville.
Two tackles - one on offense and the other on defense - have been listed as questionable by the Titans for their Week 16 clash against Jacksonville. They are David Stewart (shoulder) and Mike Martin (ankle).
The Tennessee probables are headlined by running back Chris Johnson (knee). Also among them are defensive tackle Jurrell Casey (shoulder), center Brian Schwenke (ankle) and defensive back Alterraun Verner (groin).
Several Titans listed on the injury report are active for their game vs. Arizona, including linebacker Akeem Ayers and cornerback Alterraun Verner, who were questionable with groin injuries.
Defensive end Karl Klug (back), guard Andy Levitre (hip), center Brian Schwenke (ankle), offensive tackle David Stewart (shoulder) and running back Leon Washington (ankle) all will play after being listed as probable.