Thomas was placed on injured reserve Tuesday due to a knee injury, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports.
The Jaguars made a pair of IR moves on Tuesday with Thomas and linebacker Jake Ryan being put on the shelf for the rest of 2019.
Thomas has been signed from the Jaguars' practice squad, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports.
Thomas had been placed on the Jaguars' practice squad after injuring his knee during the 2018 preseason. He'll act as depth along the offensive line.
The Jaguars have reached an injury settlement with Thomas (knee) and waived him Saturday, per the NFL Media site.
Thomas reverted to injured reserve initially, but it appears the club has decided to let the lineman walk instead after he landed on the PUP list to open camp. He will now be free to sign with another club, assuming his knee holds up through a physical.
Thomas (knee) cleared waivers and reverted to injured reserve, per the league's official transaction log.
Thomas started training camp on the PUP list before being waived Tuesday. The offensive lineman is now likely stuck on IR through the end of the league year, barring an injury settlement.
Thomas (knee) was waived/injured by the Jaguars on Tuesday, Mike Kaye of FirstCoastNews.com reports.
Thomas started training camp on the PUP and upon the waiving, offensive lineman Michael Dunn was signed to take Thomas' spot on the roster. Thomas will likely revert back to the Jaguars' injured reserve.
Thomas (knee) landed on the PUP list on Thursday, John Reid of The Florida Times-Union reports.
Thomas spent the 2017 season unemployed after missing the cut with Detroit. He'll seek out a depth role in Jacksonville once healthy.
Thomas was waived by the Lions on Monday.
Thomas didn't play a regular season snap in 2016, and he was unable to earn a depth role on the Lions' roster.
Thomas (undisclosed) was removed from the Active/Physically Unable to Perform list Monday.
Thomas landed on the PUP list a little over a week ago, but it looks as if the Lions feel he's ready to contribute once again. Had he remained on the list heading into the regular season, Thomas would have been ineligible for activation until after Week 6.
Thomas (undisclosed) was placed on the PUP list on Saturday, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports.
Thomas' absence thins out some of Detroit's depth along the interior of its offensive line for the start of training camp, but he will be eligible to come off the PUP list at any point during the preseason.
The 49ers officially opened the practice window for linebacker NaVorro Bowman and three other players on Tuesday, according to Pro Football Talk. Bowman, along with tight end Garrett Celek, offensive lineman Brandon Thomas and cornerback Keith Reaser will have three weeks to be added to the 53-man active roster or their seasons will be lost.
An earlier report had Bowman in danger of missing the remainder of the season due to a torn ACL and MCL in his left knee that he suffered during last season's NFC Championship game. He's expected to be a limited participant in practice all week leading up to Week 12 against Washington.
The 49ers made several moves to trim the roster to 75 players Monday.
The team waived quarterback McLeod Bethel-Thompson, safety D.J. Campbell, tight end Kevin Greene, running back Jewel Hampton, punt Colton Schmidt, linebacker Kion Wilson and wide receiver Devon Wylie, while also releasing wide receiver David Reed.
The team placed running back Marcus Lattimore, fullback Trey Millard, cornerback Keith Reaser and guard Brandon Thomas on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury List and linebacker NaVorro Bowman, tight end Garrett Celek and defensive tackle Kaleb Ramsey were placed on the Reserve/Physically Unable to Perform List. Linebacker Blake Costanzo was released from the Injured Reserve list.
The 49ers placed six players on the non-football injury list, including second-year running back Marcus Lattimore (knee). Also on the list are receiver Bruce Ellington, center Marcus Martin, fullback Trey Millard, cornerback Keith Reaser and guard Brandon Thomas.
In addition, the team placed nose tackle Ian Williams (ankle) on the PUP list along with linebacker Aaron Lynch (hamstring) and defensive lineman Kaleb Ramsey.
All the players can come off the list and start practicing at any time.
The 49ers placed six players on the non-football injury list Thursday: running back Marcus Lattimore, wide receiver Bruce Ellington, center Marcus Martin, fullback Trey Millard, cornerback Keith Reaser and guard Brandon Thomas, reports the Sacramento Bee. The NFI list is for players who suffered injuries away from the 49ers facility.
Millard, Reaser and Thomas injured knees in college and are expected to miss the season. Lattimore is still rehabilitating from a knee injury while at South Carolina in 2012. Ellington and Martin both practiced during the 49ers’ spring sessions; their injuries are not believed to be serious.
Two draft picks, outside linebacker Aaron Lynch and defensive end Kaleb Ramsey, were placed on the physically-unable-to-perform list. That means they were injured this spring. Both are eligible to start the season on the PUP list, where they would not count against the team’s 53-man roster.
The announced Friday they have signed rookie offensive guard Brandon Thomas to a four-year deal.
Thomas was the third of three, third-round draft picks (100th overall) by the 49ers in this year’s draft out of Clemson.