Despite re-signing with the Titans this offseason, Kelly will likely have to compete for the starting right tackle job with first-round pick Isaiah Wilson, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Kelly received a hefty three-year, $21 million contract to remain in Tennessee this offseason and was projected to be the starting right tackle after the departure of Jack Conklin. However, he may be shifted to a reserve role after the selection of Wilson, who should be a strong run blocker from the beginning of his career. A backup role would not be new for Kelly, as he has appeared in 88 games across eight seasons in the NFL but has started just 31 contests.
Kelly has re-signed with the Titans on a three-year, $21 million contract, Field Yates of ESPN reports.
Kelly spent his first four seasons with the Eagles before joining the Titans in 2016. He will now remain in Tennessee for his ninth professional season. The 30-year-old started four of the 15 games he played in 2019 and even caught a pair of touchdown passes in the process.
Kelly (illness) participated at Friday's practice, John Glennon of The Athletic reports.
Kelly left Thursday's practice due to a stomach bug, but it won't force him to miss any additional time.
Kelly (illness) left Thursday's practice early, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports.
Kelly left with an apparent stomach bug, a positive sign his absence will be short. He figures to man a key role along the team's offensive line this season, especially given Taylor Lewan's expected suspension for the first four games of the season.
Kelly (illness) was a full participant at Wednesday's session, Turron Davenport of ESPN reports.
Kelly's appearance marks his first practice since being hospitalized mid-September for a viral infection. With Kelly back in the mix, the Titans will get a boost up front. Kelly is expected to be available for Sunday's game.
Kelly (illness) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bills.
Kelly has been sidelined ever since being forced out of Week 2 action with a viral infection. The Titans have remained relatively mum on Kelly's status, which has led to speculation. The hope is he'll be able to return to the mix within the coming weeks, but given his absence is approaching a month in length, growing suspicions about the prospects of a near-future return seem warranted.
Kelly (illness) is listed as out for Sunday's game against the Eagles, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Kelly will miss his third straight regular season game due to a viral infection that hospitalized him in Week 2. A timetable for Kelly's recovery remains undisclosed, but he'll work to return to the field and serve as a backup to left tackle Taylor Lewan.
Kelly (illness) is listed as out for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
This will be the second straight week Kelly sits out with a viral infection that hospitalized him last week. Taylor Lewan, who was the starter to begin the season, will play at left tackle in Week 3.
Kelly (illness) sat out Wednesday's practice, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.
Kelly was hospitalized last week with a viral infection and was inactive in Week 2. Per the report, head coach Mike Vrabel said that even though Kelly is out of the hospital, he still needs to be cleared by doctors before resuming football activities.
Kelly (illness) is inactive for Sunday's game against Houston.
Kelly has been dealing with a viral infection that kept him in the hospital over night. Kevin Pamphile will likely draw a spot start with Taylor Lewan (concussion), Jack Conklin (knee) and Kelly sidelined.
Kelly spent at least one night in the hospital as he's dealt with a viral issue, Paul Kuharsky of 104.5 The Zone Nashville reports.
Kelly started in place of Jack Conklin last week and figures to once again if he's able to play. It's unclear how recently he was hospitalized or what his current status with the illness is. If he's unable to suit up the team will be without its top three tackles against the potent pass rush of the Texans on Sunday.
Kelly (illness) is questionable against the Texans on Sunday.
Kelly is expected to start at right tackle if healthy, with Jack Conklin (knee - ACL) out for the season. With left tackle Taylor Lewan (concussion) already ruled as out, the Titans could suit up against the Texans on Sunday lacking considerable depth on their offensive line.
The Eagles declared quarterback Nick Foles (collarbone), cornerback Bradley Fletcher (hip), safety Jerome Couplin, wideout Jeff Maehl, offensive linemen Dennis Kelly and Julian Vandervelde, and defensive end Taylor Hart inactive for Sunday's game at the Giants.
With Fletcher inactive, corner Nolan Carroll will start.
The Eagles have ruled the following players inactive for Saturday's clash against Washington: Quarterback Nick Foles, safety Jerome Couplin, linebacker Trent Cole, offensive lineman Julian Vandervelde, offensive lineman Dennis Kelly, wide receiver Jeff Maehl and defensive end Taylor Hart.
The Eagles have ruled the following players as inactive for Week 15's matchup with the Cowboys: quarterback Nick Foles (collarbone), safety Jerome Couplin, defensive end Taylor Hart, offensive linemen Dennis Kelly and Julian Vandervelde, wide receiver Jeff Maehl and defensive back Jaylen Watkins.
The team had six players listed as probable to play Sunday and all are active, including running back Chris Polk (ankle), wide receiver Josh Huff (hip), tight end Trey Burton (hamstring), kicker Cody Parkey (groin), defensive end Cedric Thornton (groin) and linebacker Emmanuel Acho (groin).
The Eagles have listed QB Nick Foles, CB Roc Carmichael, DB Jaylen Watkins, OL Julian Vandervelde, OL Dennis Kelly, DE Taylor Hart and TE Trey Burton as inactive Week 14 against the Seahawks.
Foles had been previously ruled out due to a collarbone injury. He's missed the past four games due to the issue. Burton came into the contest listed as questionable due to a hamstring injury. The other five players listed as healthy scratches.
The Eagles declared quarterback Nick Foles (collarbone), cornerback Roc Carmichael, wideout Jeff Maehl, defensive end Taylor Hart, offensive linemen Dennis Kelly and Julian Vandervelde, and defensive back Jaylen Watkins inactive for Thursday's game at Dallas.
The following players have been ruled as inactive for the Eagles in Week 12 against the Titans: Nick Foles, Roc Carmichael, Jaylen Watkins, Julian Vandervelde, Dennis Kelly, Jeff Maehl and Taylor Hart.
The Eagles declared quarterback Nick Foles (collarbone), safety Earl Wolff, wideout Jeff Maehl (foot), defensive back Jaylen Watkins, offensive linemen Julian Vandervelde and Dennis Kelly, and defensive end Taylor Hart inactive for Sunday's game at Green Bay.
The Eagles declared quarterback Nick Foles (collarbone), receiver Jeff Maehl, defensive end Taylor Hart, safeties Earl Wolff and Jaylen Watkins, and offensive linemen Julian Vandervelde and Dennis Kelly inactive for Monday night's game against the Panthers.