Ducasse was released by the Bills on Sunday.
The team has a large quantity of new offensive linemen, so Ducasse will be one of the guys from last season replaced by a new face. The veteran started a handful of games last season, but was considered a poor performer by most analysts, though the shambles of the team's O-Line as a whole probably didn't help.
Ducasse (knee) was a full participant in Friday's practice.
Ducasse was limited in pracitce to begin the week after suffering a knee injury during Buffalo's loss to the Texans in Week 6, but he now appears to be healthy. The left guard seems on track to suit up against the Colts on Sunday.
Ducasse is day-to-day after leaving Sunday's game versus the Texans with a knee injury, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
If Ducasse can't play Week 7 versus the Colts, Wyatt Teller will likely slot in at left guard.
Ducasse is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Texans with a knee injury.
The veteran had played 314 offensive snaps this season coming into the game. He'll be replaced by Wyatt Teller or Ryan Groy.
Ducasse agreed to a three-year contract with the Bills on Wednesday, ESPN reports.
Ducasse was forced into action for the Ravens last season after Alex Lewis went down with an ankle injury, ultimately starting the final eight games at right guard. At worst, he'll provide the Bills with quality depth along the offensive line.
The Bears have signed guard Vladimir Ducasse, according to the team. It is a one-year deal for Ducasse who spent last year with the Vikings.
The 27-year-old is entering his sixth season in the NFL. He started six games last year for the Vikings.
The following players were ruled inactive for the Vikings Sunday afternoon against the Buccaneers in Week 8: Zach Line, Gerald Hodges, Brandon Watts, Vladimir Ducasse, David Yankey, Scott Crichton and Kyle Rudolph.
The Vikings have placed 11 players on their Friday injury report, but only two have been deemed worse than questionable. They are ruled-out tight end Kyle Rudolph (abdomen/groin) and doubtful linebacker Gerald Hodges (hamstring).
Guard Vladimir Ducasse (knee), safety Antone Exum (ankle) and cornerback Josh Robinson (ankle) are questionable. The probables are tight end Chase Ford (foot), defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd (ankle), cornerback Jabari Price (hamstring), safety Harrison Smith (ankle), center John Sullivan (concussion) and defensive end Corey Wootton (back).
Vikings center John Sullivan and guard Vladimir Ducasse, who left the loss at Buffalo with injuries, should both be available Sunday at Tampa Bay, coach Mike Zimmer told 1500ESPN.com. Sullivan passed the first step of the NFL's concussion protocol, while Ducasse is dealing with a knee injury.
Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer provided an update to the injuries of center John Sullivan and guard Vladimir Ducasse during his Monday press conference, the Star Tribune reports. Ducasse is expected to undergo an MRI on his knee on Monday. Sullivan is going through the league's concussion protocol and will need to be medically cleared in order to play Week 8 against Tampa Bay.
Vikings offensive linemen Vladimir Ducasse and John Sullivan both left Week 7 at Buffalo in the first half with injuries. Ducasse suffered a knee injury and Sullivan is being evaluated for a concussion. Both players were deemed questionable to return.
The Vikings signed free agent offensive lineman Vladimir Ducasse to a one-year deal, reports ESPN's Adam Caplan. Ducasse spent his first four seasons with the Jets, starting five games.
Free agent offensive lineman Vladimir Ducasse will sign with the Vikings over the Bengals, reports Metro New York. Ducasse spent his first four seasons with the Jets and can play guard or tackle.
The Jets are making a change to their offensive lineup heading into Week 5 at Atlanta, replacing left guard Vladimir Ducasse in the starting lineup with Brian Winters, a source confirmed to the New York Post.
The Jets have the following players active and available for Week 1 at home against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The following players were all listed as probable coming into the game: LB Nick Bellore (Oblique); DB Antonio Cromartie (hip); DL Leger Douzable (illness); WR Clyde Gates (shoulder); DL Damon Harrison (knee); DB Ellis Lankster (foot, hamstring); DB Dee Milliner (Achilles); QB Matt Simms (calf, oblique); T Willie Colon (knee, shoulder); G Vladimir Ducasse (calf); G Brian Winters (ankle).
The Jets have released an expansive Week 1 injury report. Those listed are as follows:
Out: Defensive end Quinton Coples (ankle), quarterback Mark Sanchez (shoulder).
Questionable: Defensive tackle Kenrick Ellis (back), wide receiver Santonio Holmes (foot).
Probable: Linebacker Nick Bellore (oblique), offensive lineman Willie Colon (knee/shoulder), cornerback Antonio Cromartie (hip), defensive tackle Leger Douzable (illness), offensive lineman Vladimir Ducasse (calf), wide receiver Clyde Gates (shoulder), linebacker David Harris (hip), wide receiver Stephen Hill (knee), tackle Ben Ijalana (knee), wide receiver Jeremy Kerley (finger), cornerback Ellis Lankster (foot/hamstring), cornerback Dee Milliner (Achilles), quarterback Matt Simms (calf/oblique), quarterback Geno Smith (ankle), tight end Kellen Winslow (knee) and offensive lineman Brian Winters (ankle).
Jets offensive lineman Vladimir Ducasse is a candidate to be cut this year, reports ESPN.
The report says this is a "make-or-break year for the former second-round pick." The Jets improved their depth on the offensive line, and Ducasse will have to play well in training camp to make the final roster.
It does help that he played every position except center during the offseason to give him more flexibility along the offensive line.