Martin was cut from the Texans on Friday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
The veteran is leaving Houston after retaining the starting center role since 2016. Martin's absence will leave a notable mark on the team's offensive line, but the 27-year-old shouldn't have too much trouble finding another NFL home.
Martin signed a three-year, $33 million extension with the Texans on Tuesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Martin came into the 2019 season on the final year of his rookie deal. The 26-year-old started in 30 games for Houston over the last two seasons.
Martin (hamstring) is participating at practice Monday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Martin suffered the hamstring injury early in training camp and sat out the first two preseason contests. The 26-year-old will work as the Texans' starting center after starting all 16 games in 2018.
Martin did not practice Tuesday due to a hamstring injury, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Martin continues working to get healthy and appears on track to sit out Thursday's preseason contest versus the Packers. Greg Mancz and D.J. Coker stand to see increased action as long as Martin remains sidelined.
Martin is recovering from an undisclosed injury and is not expected to play when the Texans open their preseason versus the Packers, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Martin is reportedly recovering well from whatever injury he is dealing with and will travel with the team. However, the Texans will exercise caution with their starting center in order to avoid an unnecessary setback.
Martin (ankle) logged 12 offensive snaps during Saturday's 21-20 preseason loss to the Rams.
Martin rehabbed from offseason ankle surgery and will start at center in 2018.
Martin (ankle) has resumed running after undergoing ankle surgery in late December, Aaron Wilson of The Houston Chronicle reports.
The center continues to make progress after missing the final two games of last season with the ankle injury. Look for more updates to come as training camp nears, with the veteran expected to be ready for the beginning of the regular season.
Martin underwent successful surgery on his ankle Tuesday and is expected to be at full strength entering the 2018 season, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
The center was placed on injured reserve last week due to what Texans head coach Bill O'Brien called a "pretty serious" ankle issue. Martin previously missed the entire 2016 season after requiring surgery on his ankle.
The Texans placed Martin (ankle) on injured reserve Tuesday, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports.
Martin suffered the injury in Sunday's loss to the Jaguars. Texans head coach Bill O'Brien indicated after the game that the injury was "pretty serious," so Martin's subsequent placement on the IR is not all that surprising. Regarded as the Texans' top lineman, Martin's absence will hurt an already suspect offense over the team's final two contests of 2017.
Martin sustained what may have been a severe ankle injury in Sunday's loss to the Jaguars, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Head coach Bill O'Brien said that it looked like a "pretty serious injury," and more specifics should come forth as the week begins to unfold. Martin was carted to the locker room, and with only two weeks left in the season and the Texans already eliminated from the playoffs, his 2017 season could be over.
Martin is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Jaguars with an ankle injury.
Martin exited in the second half and went to the locker room on a cart. Greg Mancz has stepped in at center while Martin is sidelined.
Martin was a full participant in Tuesday's practice, the Texans' official site reports.
Martin was limited Monday with an ankle injury but was back on the field Tuesday. It appears as if the center will be ready for Thursday's game against the Bengals, barring any major setbacks.
Martin (ankle) was an active participant at OTAs on Tuesday, Deepi Sidhu of the team's official site reports.
Martin missed all of last season with a knee injury. The 2016 second-round pick is looking to make an impact for the Texans in his first season back. Assuming he steers clear of any setbacks, Martin should be in line for a starting job along the offensive front.
Martin is recovering from his ankle surgery and will be ready for offseason practices, John McClain of The Houston Chronicle reports.
Martin was placed on IR during the preseason after having surgery to repair a high-ankle sprain. The rookie has been working to recover and come into offseason work completely healthy. He'll look to make his regular-season debut along the Texans offensive line in 2017.