Kelemete was released by the Texans on Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Kelemete played in 14 games in 2020 with five starts. This move clears up $1.5 million against the Texans' salary cap for the 2021 season. Kelemete should have options to secure a depth role on the open market.
Kelemete (concussion) doesn't have an injury designation for Thursday's game at Detroit.
Kelemete missed the past two games with a concussion, but he's ready to go for the Thanksgiving Day matchup. The 30-year-old should reclaim his starting spot at left guard for Houston.
Kelemete (concussion) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Patriots, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports.
Kelemete was limited in practice all week, and he has two more days to clear the league's five-step concussion protocol. Starting left tackle Laremy Tunsil (illness) is also questionable, so the left side of the offensive line could be in trouble. Brent Qvale is the next man up at left guard.
Kelemete (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Browns.
Kelemete suffered a concussion in last week's win over the Jaguars, and after sitting out practice all week, he's been ruled out for Week 10. Brent Qvale filled in at left guard when Kelemete left in Week 9, and he's expected to handle that role again.
Kelemete won't return to Sunday's game at Jacksonville due to a concussion.
The 30-year-old exited during the first half to be evaluated for a concussion, and he was downgraded to out just before halftime. Kelemete will need to fully clear the concussion protocol to have a chance of playing next week at Cleveland. Brent Qvale is working at left guard in his place.
Kelemete left Sunday's game against the Jaguars and is being evaluated for a concussion, Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com reports.
Kelemete will need to clear the league's concussion protocol via independent league doctors before gaining clearance to return. While the veteran is being checked out on the sidelines, Brent Qvale came in to replace him at left guard.
Kelemete is slated to sign a one-year extension with the Texans, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Kelemete, who is bouncing back from a wrist issue that slowed him in 2019, is now under contract with the team through 2021. Retaining the 30-year-old gives the Texans added depth and flexibility on their offensive line. Kelemete has experience playing every position up front other than left tackle.
Kelemete (wrist) underwent surgery Monday, Aaron Wilson of The Houston Chronicle reports.
Kelemete was placed on injured reserve last week after suffering a wrist injury. He'll now shift his focus to recovering from surgery in time for the 2020 season.
Kelemete (wrist) was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Kelemete practiced last week and was even listed as questionable for Week 3's game versus the Chargers, so this move is surprising. He will be eligible to return Week 12 versus the Colts.
Kelemete (wrist) is inactive for Sunday's game versus the Chargers.
Kelemete is a reserve lineman, so his absence will only affect the Texans in the event of injury. Tytus Howard will continue starting at left guard.
Kelemete (wrist) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game versus the Chargers.
Kelemete will look to shake this injury before Sunday's 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff.
Kelemete (wrist) is inactive for Sunday's game against Jacksonville.
Kelemete was a limited participant during practice all week, and won't be able to give it a go. His absence will only hurt the team's offensive line depth, considering he wasn't a starter.
Kelemete (wrist) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game versus the Jaguars.
Kelemete was a limited participant in practice all week. He's not a starter, so it will only hurt Houston's depth if he can't play.
Kelemete (undisclosed) is not listed on Thursday's injury report.
Kelemete picked up an undisclosed injury during Houston's exhibition tilt against Dallas, and he appears to have managed a full recovery. He'll be in the mix for snaps at left guard during Monday's contest against the Saints.
Kelemete sustained an undisclosed injury during Saturday's preseason matchup with Dallas, but head coach Bill O'Brien doesn't believe it to be serious, Aaron Reiss of The Athletic reports.
O'Brien's vote of confidence certainly bodes well for Kelemete. The 29-year-old started at left guard in 14 games last season, and is expected to take on a similar role in the 2019 campaign.
Kelemete (elbow) is active for Sunday's contest against the Eagles.
Kelemete was held out of Friday's practice due to his injury, but it isn't expected to limit him Sunday. He'll figure to see his typical role as the team's starting left guard.
Kelemete (elbow) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles.
Kelemete did not practice Friday after having been a limited participant Wednesday and Thursday. If Kelemete is able to suit up, he'll draw his usual start at left guard, but the veteran's Week 16 status appears murky at best.
Kelemete (ankle) is active for Monday night's game against the Titans.
Kelemete's status was iffy leading up to Monday's matchup with the Titans after sustaining an ankle injury against the Redskins in Week 11. He will resume his usual duties as the team's starting left guard.
Kelemete (ankle) will be a game-time decision for Week 12 against Tennessee, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Both of Houston's starting guards are considered game-time decisions; however, Kelemete's ankle injury is considered more serious than Zach Fulton's shoulder. The two guards were hurt early in last week's win over Washington, but the Texans were still able to ground out 139 rushing yards (4.5 YPC) behind backups Martinas Rankin and Greg Mancz.
Coach Bill O'Brien said Monday that Kelemete's ankle injury is "short term," Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Kelemete sustained an ankle injury during Sunday's win over the Redskins and was replaced by rookie Martinas Rankin. It's good news that Kelemete's ankle issue is not serious, but it remains to be seen whether the starting left guard will return to health in time for Houston's tilt against the Titans in Week 12. If Kelemete were unable to suit up for any amount of time, Rankin would once again slot into the starting lineup.