Erving (knee) agreed to a two-year, $10 million contract with the Panthers on Monday, Joe Person of The Athletic reports.
Erving will get $8 million guaranteed. The versatile offensive lineman -- who will likely compete for the starting left tackle spot but can slide to guard if he loses that competition -- was clearly a top priority for the Panthers, agreeing to a deal less than two hours after the negotiating window opened.
Erving (knee) will remain sidelined for Sunday's game against the Bengals, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports.
No surprise here, as Erving was expected to miss multiple games after injuring his knee Nov. 26 and was unable to practice all week. He will now set his sights on a potential return in Week 15 when the Cowboys take on the Bengals.
Coach Mike McCarthy said Friday that Erving (knee) will miss multiple weeks, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
Erving left Thursday's game against Washington in the second half and was quickly ruled out. The nature of the injury has yet to be revealed. Meanwhile, right tackle Zack Martin (calf) is also set to miss extended time, so the Cowboys will need to dig deeper into their tackle depth once again. Brandon Knight is expected to take over at left tackle until Erving can return.
Erving (knee) was ruled out during the second half of Thursday's game against Washington, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
Erving was injured on the Cowboys' sixth play from scrimmage, and he was deemed questionable to return before being subsequently ruled out in the second half. With Tyron Smith (neck) already residing on injured reserve, any absence from Erving would likely insert Brandon Knight into a starting spot at left tackle.
The Cowboys activated Erving (knee) from injured reserve Saturday, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Erving suffered an MCL sprain in the season opener, but he'll return at a crucial time for the Cowboys. The Cowboys can claim the lead in the NFC East with a win over Washington on Sunday, but Tyron Smith (neck) and Brandon Knight (knee) are both on IR, leaving a vacancy at left tackle. Erving will immediately slot in at the position and protect Andy Dalton's blindside against a Washington pass rush that has piled up 16 sacks through six games.
Erving (knee) won't be activated off injured reserve for Monday's game against the Cardinals, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
The team was planning to reinstate the 28-year-old for Monday's contest, but he's apparently dealing with an illness. Erving has tested negative for COVID-19 but won't return until at least next week as a result. Brandon Knight and Terence Steele will continue to start at offensive tackle for the Cowboys.
Erving (knee) returned to practice Wednesday, opening the 21-day window for the Cowboys to activate him, Rob Phillips of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Erving is eligible to play Sunday against the Giants but likely will need more time after suffering a sprained MCL in the season opener. He could battle for a starting right tackle job when he returns to the lineup since La'el Collins (hip) has been ruled out for the year.
Erving (knee) is expected to miss four to six weeks, per coach Mike McCarthy, Calvin Watkins of the Dallas Morning News reports.
Erving's dealing with a knee ligament sprain. He has been placed on IR but should return once he's healthy, which will be no earlier than Week 5 against the Giants.
Erving (knee) was placed on the reserve/injured list Tuesday, David Helman of the team's official site reports.
Although Erving is not expected to miss the entire season after sustaining a sprained MCL on Sunday, he will serve a stint on injured reserve in order to free up a spot on the active roster. The minimum time required on IR is three weeks, so look for an update on the lineman to come in early October.
Erving is expected to miss a few weeks after sustaining a sprained MCL during Sunday's loss to the Rams, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports.
Erving won't play in Week 2's matchup against the Falcons, as Calvin Watkins of The Dallas Morning News reports that his initial recovery timetable is 2-to-4 weeks. Terence Steele started at right tackle Sunday and is expected to remain in that role until La'el Collins (hip) gets healthy.
Erving injured his knee in the first half of Sunday's game against the Rams and isn't expected to return, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports.
Erving's leg was rolled up on while he was blocking on a field-goal attempt. His absence will leave the Cowboys with limited backup options on the offensive line, and he'll hope to return for the team's Week 2 clash with the Falcons.
Erving (illness) took part in team drills Friday, David Helman & Rob Phillips of DallasCowboys.com reports.
The veteran tackle appears on track to be ready for Week 1 after recovering from a non-COVID illness. After his main competition, Mitch Hyatt, was carted off the practice field Thursday with a knee injury, Erving is likely to be the Cowboys' top swing tackle to begin the year -- a role that typically comes with some starting assignments, as left tackle Tyron Smith has missed exactly three games in each of the last four seasons.
Erving (illness) dressed for practice Wednesday and participated in conditioning work, David Helman and Rob Phillips of the team's official site report.
Erving has missed about a week of practice time while dealing with a health issue that isn't related to COVID-19. The fact that he's nearing a return is an extremely positive sign, as the 2015 first-round pick is a strong swing-tackle candidate for the Cowboys heading into 2020.
Erving is dealing with an undisclosed health issue, not related to COVID-19, Calvin Watkins of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Erving has been missing training camp practice with the illness and there is no timetable for how long the offensive lineman will be out. The 2015 first-round pick is competing for a spot on the team's regular-season roster and missing extended time could hurt his chances of being with Dallas come Week 1.
Erving agreed to a contract with the Cowboys on Wednesday, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports.
The 2015 first-round pick started eight games for the Chiefs last season and has started 42 contests over his five-year career. The 27-year-old could serve as a swing tackle if he makes the Dallas roster following the preseason.
Erving (illness) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Chargers, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs official site reports.
Erving received the questionable tag despite not practicing all week, but he's nonetheless good to go for the regular-season finale. The 27-year-old should serve in his usual role as interior depth on the offensive line.
Erving (illness) has been given a questionable designation ahead of Sunday's regular-season finale against the Chargers.
Erving was unable to practice all week, so his questionable tag seems a little optimistic at this point. If he is unable to go, the Chiefs will be spread thin for depth on the offensive line.
Erving (shoulder) played 33 snaps in Saturday's preseason game against the Steelers.
Erving has been recovering from shoulder surgery he underwent earlier in the offseason but appeared to have made a full recovery. Erving is coming off a 2018 campaign where he was the starting left guard and will look to secure that role again this season.
Erving underwent surgery to repair a shoulder issue during the offseason and didn't participate at OTAs on Thursday, James Palmer of NFL Network reports.
This appears to be the first reported instance of Erving's surgery, so it's unclear exactly how long he'll be out or how serious the issue is. The Florida State product figures to slot into the starting left guard spot when healthy, as he logged 963 snaps there in 2018.
Erving (knee) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
Erving did not practice in any capacity last week and was inactive for Thursday's loss to the Chargers, but now appears to be nearing a full recovery. Barring any setbacks, expect the starting left guard to suit up against the Seahawks on Sunday.