The Saints have let Warford go, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Warford's release saves the Saints nearly $8 million and clears the path for rookie first-round pick Cesar Ruiz to handle the right guard duties immediately. The veteran will likely find a number of teams vying for his services in 2020.
Warford (knee) has been cleared to play in the Saints' regular-season finale against the Panthers on Sunday, Amie Just of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Warford is set to return from a one-game absence due to a knee injury. Barring any setbacks, look for him to resume his usual role as the team's starting right guard.
Warford (knee) is out for Sunday's game against the Titans, Mike Triplett of ESPN.com reports.
Warford has been unable to practice all week. Patrick Omameh is his likely replacement.
Warford has been ruled out for the remainder of Monday's game against the Colts due to a knee injury.
The veteran guard has not missed an offensive snap this season. However, with the Saints in complete control of the game, there's no sense in keeping Warford in. Look for more updates on his status to come later this week.
Warford (knee) does not carry an injury designation for Sunday's divisional-round playoff game against the Eagles, Nick Underhill of The New Orleans Advocate reports.
Warford was a full participant in Friday's practice after having been limited Wednesday and Thursday. The starting guard appears to have benefited from a full two weeks of rest, and he'll work to protect quarterback Drew Brees versus the Eagles' stout defensive front.
Warford (knee) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Panthers.
Warford did not practice in any capacity this week, and will join fellow offensive linemen Terron Armstead (pectoral) and Jermon Bushrod (hamstring) on the sideline Week 17. The starting guard will work to get healthy for the playoffs.
Warford (head) was listed as a full participant on Monday's estimated injury report.
Warford was evaluated for a concussion during Sunday's blowout win over the Eagles, but does not appear to have sustained a significant injury. The Saints did not practice Monday, but Warford's designation on the estimated injury report is a good sign nonetheless. The starting guard appears on track to suit up for Thursday's tilt against the Falcons.
Warford exited Sunday's game against the Eagles and is being evaluated for a concussion, Josh Katzenstein of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Warford exited Sunday's tilt against Philadelphia during the fourth quarter. The Week 11 game was already well out of hand in New Orleans' favor at the time of Warford's departure, so the Saints could elect to take a cautious approach to the starting guard's health even if he is cleared of concussion symptoms.
Warford (back) is active for Sunday's game against the Ravens, Mike Triplett of ESPN.com reports.
Warford's active status gives the Saints some much needed aid along the offensive front. Given the nature of back injuries, it's wise to keep an eye on Warford's progression during game play.
Warford (back) carries the questionable tag ahead of Sunday's contest against the Ravens, Josh Katzenstein of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Warford was a late addition to the injury report and joins . The Kentucky product didn't practice Thursday and was able to practice in a limited fashion Friday. If he misses time Sunday, Josh LeRibeus could see an increased role.
Warford (concussion) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Falcons.
Warford sustained the concussion while making a tackle in Sunday's game against the Jets, but he was able to progress through the concussion protocol this week and is expected to play Week 16.
Warford suffered a concussion making a tackle after Jets DE Leonard Williams picked off QB Drew Brees, Nick Underhill of The Baton Rouge Advocate reports.
Warford's leg was rolled on, and the Saints' training staff had to help him off the field, but his diagnosis ended up being a concussion. In his place, Senio Kelemete likely will step in at right guard.
Warford (abdomen) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Bills.
Warford hasn't been able to play since suffering an abdominal strain in Week 6 against the Packers, but he'll finally make his return after the multigame absence. He'll likely return to his usual role as the Saints' starting left guard with Senio Kelemete providing depth.
Warford (abdomen) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, Greg Auman of the Tampa Bay Times reports.
Warford sustained an abdominal strain against the Packers in Week 6 and will need to wait at least another week before making his return. Senio Kelemete will likely continue to start at left guard in his absence.
Warford (abdomen) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Bears.
Warford's absence comes as no surprise as he expects to miss several weeks due to an abdominal strain. Senio Kelemete is expected to start at left guard for the time being.
Warford (abdomen) is expected to miss several weeks, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Warford sustained an abdominal strain in Sunday's victory over the Packers and is now facing a multi-week absence. Senio Kelemete replaced Warford on Sunday and will likely continue in his stead at left guard.
Warford suffered an abdominal strain Sunday against the Packers and won't return, Herbie Teope of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Warford will be replaced by Senio Kelemete for the time being.
Lions offensive lineman Larry Warford is still bothered by a high ankle sprain, but he hopes to begin practicing this week, reports MLive.com.
"It's good," he said. "Your soreness is going to be obvious, but I feel better. It's coming along pretty well. It feels good to run again."
Warford suffered the injury in the preseason and missed Week 1.
The Lions lost two linemen in Thursday's preseason game. Offensive lineman Larry Warford, expected to be the starting right guard, and Caraun Reid, battling for playing time at defensive tackle, both went down with ankle injuries.
Jim Caldwell updated their condition on Friday. "It's going to be a little while but I'm not certain," Caldwell said per ESPN. "I couldn't give you an exact time frame with any of those guys."
The Lions have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday's Wild Card game against the Cowboys: guard Larry Warford (knee), defensive tackles Nick Fairley (knee) and Caraun Reid, defensive back Josh Thomas, wide receiver Ryan Broyles, defensive end Larry Webster and quarterback Kellen Moore.
Fairley was deemed doubtful to play Sunday on the team's final injury report, while Warford had been ruled out for the Wild Card game. Travis Swanson will draw the start at guard in Warford's absence. The Lions had three players listed as probable to play and all are active.
Detroit is a 6-point underdog in Dallas for Sunday's playoff game.