Hart signed a one-year contract with the Bills on Tuesday, Ryan Talbot of Syracuse.com reports.
Hart started 45 games over the past three seasons with the Bengals, but his salary became too expensive to be retained in 2021. The 26-year-old should compete for a job as the Bills' primary swing tackle next year, as he has signaled he's open to playing both guard and tackle.
Hart was released by the Bengals on Friday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
To save salary cap space from the team's new signings, Hart has been jettisoned and will now aim to find a spot on another team's offensive line.
Hart (knee) was a full participant during the Bengals' practice session Thursday, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Hart had been sidelined for two consecutive games entering the practice week, but a limited session Wednesday provided optimism for his status heading into a matchup against Washington. Now having upgraded to a full participant in practice, Hart is in line for his first appearance since Week 7. That's a huge break for Cincinnati's offensive line, as Washington currently ranks fifth in the NFL with 3.1 sacks per game.
Hart (knee) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Steelers, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Hart will watch from the sidelines for a second straight game after not practicing all week. Jonah Williams (stinger) is also considered questionable. Hakeem Adeniji will start Sunday's game, and Keaton Sutherland is an option if Williams sits out, too.
Hart won't be available for Sunday's game against the Titans due to a knee injury, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports.
The 26-year-old ended up playing all but four offensive snaps Sunday, as he picked up the injury during the final drive. Trey Hopkins is in the concussion protocol and Jonah Williams (neck) is day-to-day, so the Bengals' offensive line could be extremely short-handed this weekend. Hart will have a couple weeks to recover since Cincinnati has its bye following the matchup with Tennessee.
Hart (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Raiders, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports.
Hart worked in a limited practice capacity all week, and he's healthy enough to play. The 25-year-old will start at right tackle.
Hart (shoulder) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's tilt against the Raiders, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports.
Hart practiced in a limited capacity Wednesday and Thursday, so he appears to have a fair shot at suiting up Week 11. If the 25-year-old were forced to miss any time, however, Andre Smith would likely draw the start at right tackle.
Hart (shoulder) practiced on a limited basis Wednesday, Tyler Dragon of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Hart saw 63 snaps in Week 10 but came away with a shoulder injury for his efforts. It still appears as though he'll be fine to play Sunday. The 25-year-old offensive tackle will hope to increase his practice reps over the next couple of days.
Hart is re-signing with the Bengals on a three-year, $21 million contract, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
The 24-year-old was able to return to the Bengals on a new contract and should be a mainstay for their offensive line. Last season, Hart suited up in every game and took every snap at left tackle for the Bengals.
Hart (back) did not appear on Wednesday's injury report, Katherine Terrell of ESPN.com reports.
Hart's back injury surfaced one day prior to last week's game against the Browns. It seems as though the four-year vet has moved past the injury by avoiding Wednesday's report. Barring any setbacks, Hart seems ready to go for Sunday's regular-season finale.
Hart was a late addition to the injury report Saturday and is now considered questionable for Week 16 with a back injury, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Hart has started all 14 games this season for the Bengals, but a back injury late in the week could threaten his status for Sunday's matchup with the Browns. Cedric Ogbuehi would likely slot in at right tackle if he can't go.
Hart allowed two sacks against the Colts' Margus Hunt in Week 1, Paul Dehner Jr. of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
The right side of the Bengals' offensive line remains a question mark. Teammate Alex Redmond also struggled at right guard. The competition only gets tougher Thursday night against the Ravens.
Hart is listed as the Bengals' initial starting right tackle, Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com reports.
Hart, the former Giant, is competing with Jake Fisher and Cedric Ogbuehi for the job. Fisher has largely been unimpressive thus far, potentially providing Hart with a pathway to holding on to to his present slotting. The Bengals are hoping someone steps up at both right line spots, considering they were the team's weakest positions last season.
Hart is expected to compete for the starting job at right tackle, Jay Morrison of the Dayton Daily News reports.
Seemingly recovered from the ankle injury that prematurely ended his 2017 season, Hart has reportedly been getting "a lot" of reps at right tackle this spring while his primary competition, Jake Fisher, has been getting rest in the wake of the heart issue that derailed his 2017 season. Their respective performances in training camp and the preseason will likely be the deciding factor in who is in the starting lineup come Week 1.
The Bengals signed Hart (ankle) to a contract Wednesday.
With 33 career appearances -- including 21 starts -- through his first four seasons in the league, Hart possesses more NFL experience than most players typically available on the open market at this time of the year. The 23-year-old clashed with the Giants' former coaching staff toward the end of the 2017 campaign, as he was deactivated for the season finale and placed on injured reserve with an ankle injury. Hart wasn't retained once the new regime took over after the season, but a move to another organization could help revitalize his career. The Bengals may end up staging an open competition for both of the starting tackle roles during training camp with both Eric Winston and Andre Smith (knee) bound for free agency in March and Jake Fisher's (chest) long-term health a question mark.
Hart (ankle) was waived from the Giants' injured reserve Friday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Hart reverted to injured reserve Monday after getting waived by New York during the postseason. He appeared in 11 games for the Giants in 2017 but was mostly a liability at right tackle.
Hart (ankle), who was previously waived/injured by the Giants in late December, remains with the organization after he officially reverted to injured reserve Monday.
Hart's dismissal prior to the 2017 regular-season finale was one of the first transactions made by new general manager Dave Gettleman, but it appears the lineman's tenure with the Giants isn't over just yet. Even so, Hart will have a lot to prove with the new regime in the offseason if he hopes to stick around for the start of the 2018 campaign, which marks the final year of his rookie contract.
Hart (ankle) was waived by the Giants on Saturday, Bob Glauber of Newsday reports.
New general manager Dave Gettleman has made a few quick moves since taking over, and letting Hart go was one of them. The 23-year-old started seven games for the team this season, but behind-the-scene issues appear to be the reason for his release. He will now look for a new opportunity.
Hart is questionable for Sunday's game against the Redskins with an ankle injury, Ralph Vacchiano of SportsNet New York reports.
Hart was a new arrival on the injury report this week, so he may have suffered this issue in Week 16 against the Cardinals. If he can't go Sunday against Philly, expect John Greco to take over at right guard.
Hart (ankle) was removed from the injury report ahead of Week 4, Jenna Laine of ESPN reports.
Hart missed Week 3 after hurting his ankle in Week 2. However, after fitting in limited practice sessions Thursday and Friday, he appears to be good to go moving forward.