The Patriots signed Martin to their active roster Monday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
As starting center David Andrews continues to deal with a calf issue, the Patriots have decided to add veteran depth at the position. Martin has suited up twice for the Lions in 2020, but the team decided to part ways with the 27-year-old lineman Dec. 22. For his career, Martin has played in 28 career regular-season games while logging 24 starts.
Martin (toe) played 35 snaps in Saturday's preseason game against the Chargers.
Martin missed the entirety of the 2018 with a toe injury, but he's been able to play all three preseason games.
Martin (toe) signed a contract with the Seahawks on Thursday, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.
Martin spent the 2018 season on injured reserve with a toe injury -- which seems to still be an issue -- that he sustained in the preseason while playing for Dallas. It's unsure how much longer the USC product will need to recover, but it seems as though he'll have an opportunity to fight for a roster spot this offseason.
Martin (toe) spent the season on IR after tearing a ligament in his right big toe, Tyler Dragon of DallasNews.com reports.
Martin suffered his injury during the Cowboys' first preseason game back in August and wasn't able to return during the season. It's unclear how long his recovery will take or if he'll miss any part of the team's offseason program. He'll set his sights on securing a role as a backup lineman with the team once he's back to full strength.
Martin (toe) was placed on injured reserve Monday, David Helman of the Cowboys' official site reports.
Martin hurt his toe in the preseason opener and likely needs surgery to address the matter, so moving him to IR was the logical step for the Cowboys. Damien Mama and Dustin Stanton both have a chance at filling Martin's role as a backup guard, as does Jacob Alsadek, who signed with Dallas after Martin's removal from the active roster.
Martin (toe) is not expected to play this season, but is seeking a second opinion on his injured left toe before undergoing surgery, Brandon George of The Dallas Morning News reports.
Martin tore ligaments in his big toe during the Cowboys first preseason contest against the 49ers. The backup guard inked a one-year deal with the Cowboys this offseason. Damien Mama and Dustin Stanton are both candidates to fill Martin's spot as a depth option on Dallas' offensive line.
Martin suffered ligament damage in his right big toe during Thursday's preseason game against the 49ers and may need surgery, ESPN's Todd Archer reports.
Martin is currently in a walking boot, and while surgery is not a foregone conclusion, things look to be headed in that direction. Martin was signed to provide depth at guard on the NFL's top offensive line.
Martin sat out Wednesday's practice with an undisclosed injury.
Martin didn't play at all in 2017, but he'd flashed first-team potential earlier in his career. He's been operating as a backup while with Dallas. While his injury is unclear, there has been no indication that it's serious or that it will hinder him for long. Look for Kadeem Edwards or Joe Looney to get some extra reps in any upcoming practices that Martin misses.
Martin is nearing a deal with the Cowboys, Drew Davison of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Martin is the likely replacement for Joe Looney, who recently became a free agent. The 24-year-old guard will provide needed depth along the Cowboys' offensive line, and with Jonathan Cooper departing the team this offseason, Martin could have a chance to contend for the starting left guard position in 2018.
Martin was claimed off waivers by the Browns on Thursday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Martin was waived by the 49ers on Wednesday after ending the 2016 season on injured reserve due to an ankle injury. Martin has 24 starts to his name over the first three years of his career, but, with the acquisition of J.C. Tretter, the Browns are likely set at center. Look for Martin to start at guard or be a top backup for the team in 2017.
Martin was released by San Francisco on Wednesday.
Martin was a third-round pick of San Francisco in 2014. He appeared in 26 games, including 24 starts, over the past three years with the team. He ended last season on injured reserve due to an ankle injury after appearing in just five games and immediately becomes an unrestricted free agent.
Martin (ankle) was placed on injured reserve during Week 17.
Removed from Week 15 due to an ankle injury, Martin didn't make another appearance the rest of the way and eventually landed on IR in order to open up a roster spot for reserve RB Raheem Mostert.
Martin (ankle) was active for Sunday's game against the Seahawks.
After injuring his ankle in Week 15 and subsequently missing last Saturday's game against the Redskins, Martin was back in action Sunday and made it through the contest setback-free.
Martin (ankle) is out for Saturday's game against the Rams, Cam Inman of the Bay Area News Group reports.
Martin was forced to leave Week 15's matchup due to the injury and will be unable to return Saturday. Alex Balducci is in line to start at center for the 49ers.
Martin is out for the remainder of Sunday's game with an ankle injury, Cam Inman of the Bay Area News Group reports.
With Martin out, Alex Balducci is in line to start at center.
The 49ers will have wideout Michael Crabtree Week 17 against the Cardinals.
Crabtree came into the contest listed as probable due to a knee injury. The club will also have Chris Culliver, Brandon Lloyd, Marcus Martin and Justin Smith. All four players were also listed as probable.
Bruce Ellington, who came into the game listed as questionable due to a hamstring injury, will give it a go. He's the only player listed as questionable who will attempt to play through his injury.
The 49ers have deemed running back Carlos Hyde (ankle), wide receiver Steve Johnson (knee) and safety Eric Reid (concussion) as out for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
It is the second straight game out for both Hyde and Johnson. Hyde finishes his rooke season with 83 carries for 333 yards and four touchdowns while Johnson had 35 catches for 435 yards and three touchdowns this year.
Wide receiever Bruce Ellington (hamstring), cornerbacks Tramaine Brock (hamstring) and Perrish Cox (shoulder) and linebacker Ahmad Brooks (thumb) are all listed as questionable.
Michael Crabtree (knee), Chris Culliver (knee), Brandon Lloyd (groin), Marcus Martin (illness) and Justin Smith (back) are all listed as probable.
The 49ers are currently 6 1/2-point favorites against Arizona Sunday.
49ers running back Frank Gore (concussion) and wide receiver Michael Crabtree (knee) are active for Saturday's Week 16 matchup with the Chargers.
Both players were listed as questionable on the team's final injury report, though it was reported early Saturday that Gore would in fact suit up for the game. Crabtree has yet to miss a game this season.
Offensive tackle Anthony Davis (concussion) is also active after being listed as questionable. The team had several players listed as probable and all are active Saturday, including cornerbacks Perrish Cox (ankle) and Chris Culliver (knee), safety Bubba Ventrone (groin), linebacker Michael Wilhoite (hip), tackle Jonathan Martin (illness), center Marcus Martin (knee), tight end Kyle Nelson (back) and defensive linemen Justin Smith (back), Quinton Dial (knee) and Tony Jerod-Eddie (foot).
The 49ers have ruled the following players out for Saturday's game against San Diego: Linebacker Chris Borland (ankle), cornerback Tramaine Brock (hamstring), running back Carlos Hyde (ankle), wide receiver Stevie Johnson (knee).
Linebacker Ahmad Brooks (thumb), wide receiver Michael Crabtree (knee), right tackle Anthony Davis (concussion), running back Frank Gore (concussion), safety Raymond Vetrone (groin) and linebacker Michael Wilhoite (hip) were labeled as questionable.
Meanwhile, cornerback Perrish Cox (ankle), cornerback Chris Culliver (knee), defensive tackle Quinton Dial (knee), defensive end Tony Jerod-Eddie (foot), right tackle Jonathan Martin (illness), center Marcus Martin (knee), long snapper Kyle Nelson (back) and defensive end Justin Smith (back) were all deemed as probable.
The 49ers have listed QB Josh Johnson, WR Steve Johnson, OL Marcus Martin, OL Anthony Davis, S Raymond Ventrone, CB Tramaine Brock and CB Chris Culliver as inactive Week 15 against the Seahawks.
Brock, Culliver, Martin and Ventrone all came into the contest listed as questionable, but none of them will play. Stevie Johnson had been ruled out prior to Sunday. Both Josh Johnson and Anthony Davis are healthy scratches.