Sambrailo was placed on reserve/injured list Tuesday after suffering an undisclosed injury in Sunday's win over the Ravens, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.
The severity of the injury remains unknown, but now the veteran tackle will have to spend at least three weeks on the sidelines before he can return to action. This season, he trails only Dennis Kelly in snaps for tackles for the Titans. In his absence, look for Isaiah Wilson and David Quessenberry to see increased reps.
Sambrailo agreed to terms Wednesday with the Titans on a one-year contract, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.
Sambrailo will bolster the Titans' depth at right tackle following the departure of Jack Conlkin. The 28-year-old spent the last three seasons in Atlanta, appearing in 44 games (six starts).
The Falcons have released Sambrailo, William McFadden of the team's official site reports.
The 28-year-old saw action in 44 games for the Falcons over the three seasons, making six starts in that span. The 2015 Denver second-rounder now figures to catch on elsewhere as a depth/rotational offensive tackle.
Sambrailo caught a 35-yard touchdown during Sunday's 28-22 overtime win against the Buccaneers.
The 27-year-old offensive tackle checked in as an eligible receiver on the seventh play of Atlanta's opening drive and was left wide open over the center of the field for a long TD catch, the first of his five-year NFL career. Outside of his big-play cameo Week 17, Sambrailo's role at tackle deteriorated as the season progressed, as he fielded at least 44 percent of the Falcons' offensive snaps between Weeks 1 and 2 but never exceeded 12 percent from Week 3 through 17. Sambrailo remains under contract for two more seasons for a total cap hit of $11 million, and he is expected to serve as a backup for a Falcons front that ranked better than only Miami during 2019 with 135 QB hits surrendered.
Sambrailo (hamstring) was a full participant at Friday's practice and is good to go for Week 16, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
Sambrailo has been out since late November after injuring his hamstring in a game against the Saints. When he suits up Sunday, he will likely fill his normal role as a depth tackle on the Falcons' offensive line.
Sambrailo (hamstring) was a limited participant for Thursday's practice, Jason Butt of The Athletic reports.
The veteran tackle has been forced to sit out Atlanta's past two games, and he remains questionable for a Week 16 matchup against the Jaguars. Sambrailo played 40-plus percent of the offensive snaps in each of the Falcons' first two games of 2019, but he hadn't garnered more than 11 percent of the snaps in any outing Weeks 3-13 before succumbing to injury. If Sambrailo does return to the lineup Sunday against Jacksonville, he is expected to serve in a backup capacity as the Falcons take on a Jaguars front that ranks fifth in the NFL with 43 sacks.
Sambrailo (hamstring) has been ruled out for Atlanta's Week 15 matchup against the 49ers, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
The veteran offensive tackle is slated to sit out his second consecutive game Sunday, depleting the Falcons' offensive line depth heading into a matchup against a San Francisco defense that ranks No. 3 in the NFL with 45 sacks. Sambrailo hasn't played more than 11 percent of Atlanta's offensive snaps since Sept. 15, while rookie right tackle Kaleb McGary has played 100 percent of the snaps since Week 3.
Sambrailo (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game versus Carolina, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
Sambrailo suffered the injury during last Thursday's loss to the Saints and won't be able to play Week 14. Matt Gono should serve as the reserve option at offensive tackle this week.
Sambrailo (hamstring) did not participate during Wednesday's practice session, Jason Butt of The Athletic reports.
The veteran tackle was forced to exit during the fourth quarter of Atlanta's Thanksgiving night defeat to New Orleans, and so far his status looks shaky for Week 14 given his absence from a midweek session. He played on at least 29 offensive snaps during each of the Falcons' first two outings of 2019 but has not fielded more than nine snaps in a game since, as Atlanta gets ready to take on a Carolina defense Sunday that ranks No. 1 in the NFL with 46 sacks on the year.
Sambrailo left Thursday's game against the Saints with a hamstring injury and is questionable to return, Jason Butt of The Athletic reports.
Sambrailo appeared to pick the injury up in the fourth quarter, although with the game seemingly well in hand for the Saints, it's unlikely the tackle will return to the contest.
Sambrailo (shoulder) was able to suit up for Sunday's practice, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
Sambrailo had recently been sidelined due to shoulder soreness and was seen with padding on his injured shoulder. Now that he's back, expect the Colorado State product to regain his role as the starting right tackle.
Sambrailo was sidelined during Sunday's practice due to a sore shoulder, Kelsey Conway of the Falcons' official site reports.
It's unclear how Sambrailo picked up the injury, but it was enough to sideline him from practice. In his stead, Matt Gono started on the first-team offensive line during practice.
Head coach Dan Quinn said of Sambrailo on Wednesday, "We definitely see (him) as a starter," Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
Sambrailo overtook Ryan Schraeder for reps at right tackle towards the conclusion of the season, demonstrating consistent enough play in his audition to merit a three-year, $18 million extension from the team. In spite of having considerable experience at both tackle and guard, Quinn indicated this week that Sambrailo would be penciled in at the No. 1 right tackle spot for the time being, citing his pass-protection ability as a primary factor. The depth chart, of course, is far from settled with free agency and the draft still yet to come, and Quinn noted that if the team identified a better fit for the right tackle spot, Sambrailo could slide back inside to compete for playing time at guard.
Sambrailo signed a three-year contract extension with the Falcons on Tuesday, Jason Butt of The Athletic reports.
Sambrailo quietly developed into a solid presence along the Falcons' offensive line after being acquired from the Broncos just before the start of the 2017 season, rotating between the starting left guard and right tackle positions in the final four weeks of the 2018 season. The details of the contract remain unknown, but the 26-year-old figures to be in contention for a starting role at either of the two guard spots given the duration of the contract extension.
Sambrailo (hand) returned to practice in full pads Monday, The Athletic's Jason Butt reports.
Sambrailo was forced to miss the Falcons' preseason opener against the Jets last Friday due to a hand injury, but he's returned to practice without seemingly any limitations Monday. He's slated to provide depth at offensive tackle behind starters Jake Matthews and Ryan Schraeder.
Sambrailo (hand) will miss the Falcons' preseason opener against the Jets on Friday, Jason Butt of The Athletic Atlanta reports.
The severity of Sambrailo's hand injury remains unclear, and no timetable has been given for the 26-year-old's return. It's possible that the team is simply taking a cautious approach to Sambrailo's injury, given that the 2015 second-rounder stands to serve as the team's primary backup should either LT Jake Matthews or RT Ryan Schraeder miss time down the road.
Sambrailo was held out of Sunday's practice due to a hand injury, Jason Butt of The Athletic Atlanta reports.
It's unclear how severe Sambrailo's hand injury is, but the team hasn't expressed concern that he'd miss an extended period. Look for Daniel Brunskill to pick up some extra reps with the second-team offense while Sambrailo is out.
Head coach Dan Quinn ruled out Sambrailo (hamstring) for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
Sambrailo is expected to be replaced by Austin Pasztor during Sunday's game.
Sambrailo was traded to the Falcons on Friday for a 2018 fifth-round pick, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Sambrailo gives the Falcons another experienced, quality option at tackle on an improving offensive line.
Sambrailo (elbow) is active Sunday night against the Chiefs, Cameron Wolfe of the Denver Post reports.
Sambrailo is set to start at right tackle.