Turner (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Lions.
Turner missed last week's season opener because of his injury, but he is ready to take the field in Week 2. Turner started all 16 games he played in for the Packers last year, but it remains to be seen if he will start on the right side Sunday or simply serve as depth.
Turner (knee), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Lions, is "very uncertain" to play, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Though Turner practiced all week, the Packers apparently aren't confident that he'll be able to play on an injured ankle. His status will presumably be decided after a pregame workout, with an official word on whether he's in or out arriving when Green Bay releases its inactive list 90 minutes before the 1 p.m. ET kickoff. Elgton Jenkins or Rick Wagner would likely pick up the start at right tackle Week 2 if Turner can't go.
Turner (knee) was limited in practice Friday and is considered questionable for Sunday's game versus the Lions, Tim Twentyman of the Lions' official site reports.
Turner practiced at full speed Thursday, so despite the downgrade, he's trending in the right direction after missing the season opener. The Packers' offensive line was hit by an injury bug in Week 1, so Turner's return would give it a semblance of normalcy.
Turner (knee) was a full participant for Thursday's practice, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Turner was forced to miss Sunday's game against the Vikings with the knee issue, but as evidenced by this news, he'll be ready to make his 2020 debut in Week 2. Now healthy, expect Turner to take over as the team's starting right tackle barring an injury setback.
Turner (knee) is inactive for Sunday's season opener against the Vikings.
The Packers will be without their projected starting right tackle as they get their 2020 campaign underway. The team has not yet announced what their starting offensive line will look like Sunday, as they could slot Rick Wagner into Turner's place, or shuffle Elgton Jenkins out there and use another player at his place.
Turner started all 18 games with the Packers in 2018.
After signing a four-year, $28 million contract with the Packers in the offseason, Turner took over as the team's starting right guard. He led the team in offensive snaps with 1,101. Turner should start again in 2020, but since he has experience at tackle, he could bump to the outside if the Packers can't retain pending unrestricted free agent Bryan Bulaga and don't pick up a worthy replacement.
Turner (illness) is active for Sunday's game against Washington.
Turner was initially listed as questionable for Sunday's tilt against the Redskins, but he now appears healthy. Expect the 28-year-old to draw his usual start at right guard.
Turner has been added to the Packers' injury report as questionable ahead of Sunday's game versus the Redskins due to an illness.
Turner's status Sunday will likely depend on how he is feeling closer to kickoff. Lucas Patrick would presumably be in line to replace him at right guard should he ultimately be unable to play.
Turner intends to sign a four-year, $28 million contract with the Packers that includes $11 million guaranteed in year one, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Turner showcased his versatility while starting 11 games with the Broncos last season, with four starts at right tackle and seven starts at left guard. It remains to be seen exactly how the 27-year-old lineman will be used in new head coach Matt LaFleur's zone-blocking running scheme, but Green Bay's most glaring need is right guard.
Turner (hand) was re-signed by the Broncos on Saturday, Nicki Jhabvala of the Denver Post reports.
Turner has been a depth lineman for Denver, but he was filling in as a starter at right tackle when he had his 2017 season cut short due to a hand injury. With the Broncos' offensive line in flux early in the free-agent portion of the offseason, Turner is expected to compete for a starting job at either guard or tackle.
Turner (hand) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Mike Klis of 9 News Denver reports.
Turner was used as a reserve lineman, so his absence shouldn't change the Broncos' offensive dynamic much.
Turner was not listed on Thursday's injury report.
Turner suffered an ankle sprain during OTAs this summer but has fully recovered and will be active for Week 1's matchup with the Broncos.
Turner sustained a "semi-high ankle sprain" on the first day of OTAs, Ben Swanson of the Broncos' official site reports.
Turner initially needed a walking boot to move about, but he's now able to walk without assistance. He should be ready to go in time for the start of training camp next month.
Turner was released on Tuesday, Adam Caplan of ESPN.com reports.
Turner was a depth lineman in the Dolphins' offensive scheme, so his absence shouldn't affect the team too heavily.
The Dolphins ruled running back LaMichael James, linebacker Jelani Jenkins, linebacker Koa Misi, linebacker Jonathan Freeny, linebacker Chris McCain, offensive lineman Nate Garner and offensive lineman Billy Turner inactive for Week 15 against New England.
The Dolphins listed linebacker Jonathan Freeny (hamstring), cornerback Jamar Taylor (shoulder), guard Nate Garner (illness), cornerback Cortland Finnegan (ankle), linebacker Chris McCain (ankle), running back LaMichael James and tackle Billy Turner as inactive for Sunday's game against Baltimore.
The Dolphins ruled these players inactive for Monday's game at the Jets: tight end Charles Clay (hamstring, knee), cornerbacks Jamar Taylor (shoulder) and Cortland Finnegan (ankle), linebacker Jonathan Freeny (hamstring), running back LaMichael James, offensive tackle Billy Turner and guard Nate Garner (illness).
The following playes have been ruled as inactive for the Dolphins in Week 12 against the Broncos: Cortland Finnegan, Jalil Brown, Charles Clay, Jonathan Freeny, Nate Garner, Anthony Johnson and Billy Turner.
The Dolphins have listed Cortland Finnegan, LaMichael James, Chris McCain, Daryn Colledge, Anthony Johnson, Billy Turner and Terrence Fede as inactive Week 11 against the Bills.
Finnegan had been ruled out prior to the contest. Colledge came into the game listed as doubtful. The other five players are healthy scratches.
The following players were labeled ruled for the Dolphins in Week 10 at Detroit: Daryn Colledge, Jason Fox, Anthony Johnson, Billy Turner, Terrence Fede, Dion Sims and Kelvin Sheppard.