Skurka signed a one-year contract with the Dolphins on Thursday according to his agent David Canter, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports
Skura spent the past four seasons with the Ravens, where he saw action at both right guard and center. The 28-year-old is a candidate to start at center for the Dolphins this coming season. Last year's starter, Ted Karras, signed a free agent deal with the Patriots on Wednesday.
The Ravens activated Skura off the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday.
It remains unclear if Skura tested positive for the illness or just had close contact with someone who has. However, he is now set to return to his usual role at center.
Skura was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official site reports.
Skura has either tested positive for the virus or has been in close contact with an infected person. Fellow center Patrick Mekari has also been placed on the list. Depending on the timeline, both players could be ready for Sunday's game against the Steelers. Otherwise, Trystan Colon-Castillo is expected to start at center.
Skura will be benched for Sunday's game against the Titans because of recent issues with his snapping, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Skura has reportedly struggled with bad snaps for two straight games, and the Ravens are making a change in a vital AFC showdown. Patrick Mekari will start at center as a result.
Skura (knee) passed his physical Sunday, Daniel Oyefusi of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Skura, who tore his left ACL, MCL and PCL last November, is expected to participate in Monday's padded practice. The Ravens are counting on Skura to start at center for the 2020 campaign, and the 27-year-old looks to be within striking distance of a Week 1 return.
The Ravens placed Skura (knee) on the active/PUP list Sunday.
Skura continues to work his way back from a torn ACL, MCL and PCL sustained Week 12 last season. Word surrounding his rehab has been encouraging all offseason, but the 27-year-old still isn't ready to resume practicing. The starting center is still targeting a Week 1 return.
Coach John Harbaugh expects Skura (knee) to be ready for the start of training camp, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Skura tore his ACL, MCL and PCL in Week 12 of last season, which makes this comeback pretty remarkable. The 27-year-old has started 39 games during his first three seasons with the Ravens. His year without any missed time was in 2018. Barring any setbacks, it looks like he'll be ready to go Week 1.
Skura (knee) recently passed the Ravens' conditioning test, Kevin Eck of the team's official site reports.
Skura, who's started 39 games for Baltimore over the past three seasons, suffered a torn ACL, MCL and PCL in Week 12 last season. On the plus side, he's progressing to the point that his trainer, Jay Johnson, told The Baltimore Sun's Jonas Shaffer he's optimistic the center will be ready for the start of training camp.
Skura (knee) posted a video of himself participating in lower-body strength drills Thursday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Skura is recovering from a torn ACL, MCL and PCL suffered in November, so footage of him already back to squatting 345 pounds is certainly encouraging. The 27-year-old continues to aim to be available for training camp, and he's expected to serve as Baltimore's starting center for the 2020 campaign.
Skura (knee) signed his contract tender with the Ravens on Saturday, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Skura is set to earn a contract in the range of $2.1 million as he sticks with Baltimore for the 2020 campaign. The 27-year-old is recovering from a torn ACL, MCL and PCL sustained in November, in addition to a dislocated kneecap. He's aiming to be ready for training camp.
Skura (knee) was given the low tender as a restricted free agent by the Ravens on Monday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
Skura continues to work his way back from a significant knee injury. He suffered a torn ACL, PCL and MCL to go along with a dislocated kneecap last November. His low tender designation means the Ravens will receive no compensation if he signs with another team.
Skura (knee) said Wednesday that he's making good progress in his recovery and no longer has to use crutches, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports.
Skura suffered a torn ACL, PCL and MCL in addition to a dislocated kneecap last November, so it's encouraging to see the veteran center has already made major strides in his rehab program. He still appears to be targeting the start of training camp for a return to full activity. In the wake of Marshal Yanda's retirement, Skura's return to full health will be of paramount importance for the Ravens in 2020.
There is no timetable for Skura's (knee) return, but he's hoping to return by training camp for the 2020 season, Jamison Hensley of ESPN reports.
Skura tore his ACL, PCL and MCL while also dislocating his kneecap, so the center is in the midst of a lengthy recovery.
Skura (knee) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday.
Skura sustained a significant knee injury during Monday night's win over the Rams, and he's slated to undergo season-ending surgery as a result. Undrafted rookie Patrick Mekari is expected to fill in at center for the Ravens in Week 13 against the 49ers.
Skura will undergo season-ending knee surgery after sustaining an injury during Monday's win over the Rams, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
Skura was having an outstanding season on the Ravens' offensive front, so this may have a ripple effect on how dynamic their offense is going forward. The team is expected to roll out undrafted rookie Patrick Mekari as its starting center Sunday against the 49ers.
Skura (knee) is out for the remainder of Monday's game against the Rams.
The team classified his injury as a knee sprain, suffered when Skura got his left leg trapped under the pile in the second quarter. The veteran has started 29 games in a row for the Ravens at center, but the fact he was carted off the field Monday seems to put that streak in jeopardy. In his stead, Bradley Bozeman shifted over to center, with Patrick Mekari taking over at left guard.
Skura officially signed a one-year tender with the Ravens on Monday, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Skura came into the league with Baltimore and started all 16 games last season at center for the team. The deal doesn't mean he's a sure starter for 2019, however, as the Ravens could still look to add an offensive lineman in the upcoming NFL Draft.
Skura (knee) is active for Thursday's game against the Dolphins.
Skura returns to the field after missing the last two games with an MCL sprain. Look for the 24-year-old to resume his role as a starting right guard for the contest.
Skura (knee) is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Dolphins.
Skura has missed both of the last two games after suffering an MCL sprain in Week 5. Fortunately, he was able to participate in every practice the Ravens held this week, so there seems to be a chance Skura might return Thursday.
Skura (knee) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Vikings, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports.
Skura was expected to miss 2-to-4 weeks after spraining his MCL in Week 5, so his absence was to be expected. The 24-year-old did not practice this week, making it likely that rookie Jermaine Elumunor starts again at right guard after playing every offensive snap in Sunday's loss to the Bears.