The Bengals activated Su'a-Filo (ankle) off injured reserve Wednesday.
Su'a-Filo has missed essentially the entire season to this point after suffering the ankle injury in Week 1 against the Chargers. Su'a-Filo was absent from Wednesday's injury report, so with the UCLA product officially back, it's unclear what sort of role he'll have with the offensive line heading into Week 13.
The Bengals designated Su'a-Filo (ankle) for a return off injured reserve Wednesday.
The Bengals will have 21 days to officially activate Su'a-Filo, as he's resided on IR since Sept. 15 when he suffered an ankle injury Week 1 against the Chargers. As long as he's sidelined, Alex Redmond is expected to continue to start at right guard.
Coach Zac Taylor said Monday that Su'a-Filo (ankle) isn't expected to return to the lineup until Week 10, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports.
The plan is to keep Su'a-Filo shut down through the bye week, which would allow him to return against the Steelers on Nov. 15. Alex Redmond is slated to start at right guard until Su'a-Filo returns.
Su'a-Filo (ankle) was spotted without a walking boot Thursday, Tyler Dragon of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Su'a-Filo will need to miss Sunday's game against the Jaguars while on IR, but he'll be eligible to return as soon as Week 5's matchup in Baltimore. When back to full health, he'll retake his starting role at right guard.
Su'a-Filo (ankle) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.
Su'a-Filo left Week 1's matchup against the Chargers with an ankle injury and will now be forced to miss at least three games while on IR. Shaq Calhoun is slated to fill in at right guard in the meantime.
Su'a-Filo (ankle) has been ruled out for Thursday's game versus the Bengals, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports.
Coach Zac Taylor believes Su'a-Filo could miss additional time, but he'll at least sit out of Thursday's divisional matchup. The Bengals' offensive line was in tough shape already, but for the time being, Shaq Calhoun is slated to start at right guard.
Su'a-Filo will not return to Sunday's tilt against the Chargers due to an ankle injury, Charlie Goldsmith of Enquirer Sports reports.
Su'a-Filo was initially listed as questionable before being downgraded to doubtful, then out. If he's unable to get healthy in time for Week 2's tilt against Cleveland on Thursday night, Shaq Calhoun and Fred Johnson will be candidates to fill in at right guard.
The Bengals activated Su'a-Filo (undisclosed) from the active/PUP list Saturday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Su'a-Filo's 2019 season came to an end Week 16, when he suffered a broken bone in his lower leg that required surgery. After hitting free agency in March, he linked up with the Bengals to serve as their starting right guard. His initial activity in camp was delayed as he spent some time on the PUP list, but now that he's received clearance to take the field, he can focus on building a rapport with his new O-line mates.
The Bengals placed Su'a-Filo (undisclosed) on the active/PUP list Monday, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Su'a-Filo's 2019 season was cut short early due to a broken bone in his left leg suffered in late December. Still, he inked a three-year contract with the Bengals in March to take over the starting spot at right guard. As Geoff Hobson of the team's official site noted, Su'a-Filo's health isn't considered to be bad enough to keep him out of practice in a few weeks, so he's likely getting eased into the early stages of camp.
Su'a-Filo (lower leg) agreed to terms Wednesday with the Bengals on a three-year, $10 million contract, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports.
Su'a-Filo is working his way back to full health after suffering a broken bone in his lower leg late December, but the injury doesn't appear to have caused any significant concerns for Cincinnati. The 29-year-old will likely replace John Miller at right guard for the Bengals.
Su'a-Filo (lower leg) has been placed on the Cowboys' injured reserve.
Su'a-Filo is expected to undergo surgery in order to repair a broken bone in his lower leg. The injury occurred during the second half of Sunday's loss to the Eagles. Joe Looney will presumably continue to replace him on the offensive line going forward.
Su'a-FIlo's injury has been clarified as to his ankle and he was spotted leaving Dallas' locker room in a boot and with crutches, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Helman adds that Su'a-Filo will get MRIs and any other necessary tests Monday. Those results should reveal his status for Dallas' must-win finale against the Redskins.
Su'a-Filo was forced out of Sunday's game against the Eagles with a knee injury, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Since Brandon Knight (coach's decision) is inactive, the team will likely bump Joe Looney from his backup center position to left guard; otherwise, Cameron Fleming, a typical tackle, could shift over.
Su'a-Filo (ankle) is active for Saturday's playoff game against the Rams, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Su'a-Filo was forced to sit out last week's wild-card win over the Seahawks, but is all set to go Saturday. The 27-year-old should take up his usual starting post at left guard.
Su'a-Filo (ankle) is officially inactive for Saturday's wild-card game against the Seahawks, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
Su'a-Filo was listed as doubtful, so his absence comes as no surprise. The 27-year-old sprained his left ankle last week against the Giants and will have to hope for a Cowboys victory Saturday to have a chance of seeing the field again this season.
Su'a-Filo (ankle) is officially listed as doubtful for Saturday's wild-card game against the Seahawks, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.
Su'a-Filo is nursing a sprained ankle sustained during a Week 17 win over the Giants and appears on track to sit out the wild-card round. Assuming the fifth-year pro sits out this weekend, Adam Redmond will slot into the starting lineup at left guard.
Su'a-Filo suffered a sprained ankle during Sunday's 36-35 win over the Giants, Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Su'a-Filo was spotted wrapping his ankle after the conclusion of Sunday's regular-season finale. If the fifth-year pro misses any time during Dallas' upcoming postseason run, Adam Redmond will draw the start at left guard.
Su'a-Filo is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Cowboys due to an ankle injury, Rob Phillips of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Su'a-Filo was able to walk off the field under his own power after sustaining an ankle injury, Kate Hairopoulos of The Dallas Morning News reports. Adam Redmond will slot into the starting lineup as long as Su'a-Filo remains sidelined.
Su'a-Filo is able to open his left eye again as of Tuesday, Jon Machota of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Su'a-Filo exited Sunday's loss to the Colts and was examined at a local hospital after having been poked in the eye by teammate La'el Collins, but thankfully appears to be progressing well in his recovery and has avoided serious damage. In addition to being able to open his eye again, Su'a-Filo's swelling reportedly has gone down. A clear visor has been added to the starting left guard's helmet, but his chances of suiting up against the Buccaneers on Sunday are uncertain at best.
The Cowboys said Su'a-Filo should be okay but he is dealing with bruising/swelling around his left eye socket, Mike Fisher of CBS 247 Sports reports.
Su'a-Filo exited Sunday's loss to the Colts and went to a local hospital to be evaluated after being poked in the eye by teammate La'el Collins. Su'a-Filo's status for Week 16 remains unknown, but he thankfully appears to have avoided any long-term damage.