Turner left Sunday's game against the Chiefs due to a chest injury.
While the extent of Turner's injury is unknown at this time, he is questionable to return to Sunday's game. Cole Toner will likely continue adding depth at the guard position if the 27-year-old Turner remains out.
Turner (neck/eye) was listed as a full participant on Tuesday's estimated practice report.
Turner's full-speed practice estimation provides a green light for him to play in Thursday's divisional bout against the Raiders. The 27-year-old will start at right guard.
Turner (neck/eye) was listed as a non-participant on Monday's practice estimate.
Rutner was evaluated for a head injury during Sunday's 20-17 win over the Falcons, but the medical staff determined that he avoided a concussion. He's still bothered by neck and eye injuries. His status is uncertain for Thursday's game against the Raiders.
Turner exited Sunday's game against the 49ers and is being evaluated for a head injury, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports.
If Turner has been placed in the concussion protocol, he'll be required to gain full clearance in order to be eligible for Thursday's upcoming game against the Raiders. Right tackle Bryan Bulaga (concussion) was also forced out Sunday.
Turner (groin) is active for Sunday's game at Miami.
The 27-year-old received the questionable tag despite putting in full practices Thursday and Friday, so it's not a major surprise he's ready for Week 10. Turner should receive the start at right guard for Los Angeles, per usual.
Turner (groin), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, is expected to play, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Though Turner was a full participant in practices Thursday and Friday, the Chargers apparently still had enough concern about the injury to give him a designation heading into the weekend. Fortunately for Turner, he doesn't seem to have experienced any setbacks with the groin as the week has rolled along, so expect him to handle his normal role as the Chargers' starting right guard Sunday.
Turner (groin) was a full participant during Thursday's practice, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports.
This news was great for the veteran, as he practiced fully for the first time since suffering the injury in Week 3. Turner appears on track to return for Sunday's game against Miami, so expect him to slot back into his usual starting role at right guard.
Turner (groin) has been listed as inactive heading into Sunday's matchup against the Raiders.
Turned contributed three consecutive limited practice sessions Wednesday through Friday, but he remains unable to return to game action just yet. The five-time Pro Bowl guard has been held out since Week 2 because of a lingering groin injury, though he has not been sent to IR at any point of his inactive stint.
Turner (groin) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Raiders.
After five games on the sidelines, Turner returned to practice this week and was a limited participant for three straight sessions. He has a good chance to play Sunday, and he would resume his starting left guard job.
Turner (groin) has been ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Broncos.
Ryan Groy started in Turner's place for the last three games, but now Groy will be unavailable because he's on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Scott Quessenberry or Tyree St. Louis are the top candidates to start at right guard Week 8.
Turner (groin) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice.
It's not a good sign that Turner missed the first practice of the week, but according to Daniel Popper of The Athletic, coach Anthony Lynn believes the right guard will be a game-time decision for Sunday's tilt against the Broncos. If he ends up sidelined again, Ryan Groy (biceps) is next in line with Tyree St. Louis also available.
Turner (groin) has been ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Jaguars.
Turner will miss a fourth straight game, and it doesn't look like he's making much progress considering he didn't practice all week. Ryan Groy is expected to start at right guard in his place.
Turner (groin) has been ruled out for Monday's game versus the Saints, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports.
Turner will sit out of a third straight game, and starting right tackle Bryan Bulaga (groin) will also be sidelined. Expect Ryan Groy to start at right guard in Turner's place.
Turner (groin) will not play in Sunday's matchup with the Buccaneers.
Turner was unable to practice all week, rendering this decision relatively unsurprising. In his absence, both Ryan Groy and Dan Feeney are candidates to replace him at right tackle.
Turner (groin) is officially inactive for Sunday's matchup with Carolina.
Turner was expected to play in Sunday's game per his head coach this week, however, he won't be healthy enough to make an appearance. With Turner sidelined, Scott Quessenberry will look to draw the start at right guard for Week 3.
Coach Anthony Lynn said Friday that Turner (groin) should be able to suit up against the Panthers on Sunday, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Turner is officially listed as questionable for Week 3, but it looks as though he's trending in the right direction. Scott Quessenberry remains on hand as an emergency option at right guard in case Turner suffers any setbacks.
Turner (ankle) is not listed on Wednesday's injury report.
Turner picked up an ankle injury late August, but he's managed to return to full health to kick off the regular season. He'll draw his usual start at right guard in Cincinnati on Sunday.
Turner exited Sunday's scrimmage with an apparent ankle injury, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports.
Turner missed three games in 2019 with an ankle injury, so this is somewhat concerning since it popped up just two weeks before the season opener versus Cincinnati. Ryan Groy and Forrest Lamp could see first-team reps until Turner returns.
The Panthers agreed Wednesday to trade Turner to the Chargers in exchange for Russell Okung, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
This is a swap of two big-name offensive linemen, as Turner just finished his fifth straight Pro Bowl season. Turner is expected to step in as a starting guard immediately in Los Angeles. He has two years left on his contract, carrying cap hits of $12.8 million and $15.3 million for 2020 and 2021, respectively. This trade won't become official until the new league year begins March 18.
The Panthers are exploring the trade market for Turner, Jenna Laine of ESPN.com reports.
Turner carries a $12.8 million cap hit in 2020 and a $15.4 million hit in 2021, and the Panthers can save $13 million over the next two seasons by trading him. Turner would likely warrant a steep price to acquire, as he's been a Pro Bowler in five straight seasons.