The Bills placed Boehm (undisclosed) on the practice squad injury list Wednesday.
It's unclear what sort of injury Boehm is dealing with, but he'll look to get healthy before making a push for a 53-man roster spot again.
Boehm announced via his personal Instagram account Tuesday he signed a contract with the Bills.
Boehm spent the 2019 campaign in Miami and appeared in 13 games, starting eight. The 26-year-old will provide interior depth on the offensive line for the Bills.
Boehm (ankle) is not on Wednesday's injury report, Safid Deen of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Boehm didn't surface on the report until Friday of Week 16 and he ended up missing the game, although coach Brian Flores had called the 26-year-old healthy enough to play. His absence from the first report of the week is a good sign for his availability heading into Sunday's game against the Patriots.
Boehm (ankle) is officially inactive for Sunday's matchup against Cincinnati.
Boehm was originally expected to suit up, as his coach Brian Flores stated he was healthy enough to play. Now that he's officially inactive, however, depth offensive lineman duties will shift to Evan Brown and Adam Pankey.
Boehm (ankle) is listed as questionable for Week 16's matchup against the Bengals but is expected to suit up, Safid Deen of the South Florida Sun Sentinel reports.
Despite being listed as questionable, coach Brian Flores noted that Boehm is expected to be healthy enough to play against the Bengals. He should slot in as a starter on the interior offensive line.
The Colts traded Boehm and an undisclosed 2020 draft pick to Miami for an undisclosed conditional 2020 draft pick Friday.
Last season, Boehm appeared in 11 games for the Colts, starting in four of them. The 26-year-old figures to back up rookie third-round pick Michael Deiter at left guard this season.
Boehm officially signed his one-year restricted free agent tender with the Colts on Monday.
Boehm was signed off the Rams' practice squad last season and eventually started four games for the Colts. He saw action in both of the Colts' playoff games and likely will continue to see time on an offensive line that surrendered the fewest sacks in the league last season (18).
Boehm was signed by the Colts off the Rams' practice squad Tuesday, Scott Horner of The Indianapolis Star reports.
Boehm was signed off the Rams' practice squad because injuries have plagued the Colts' offensive line. Joe Haeg (ankle) and J'Marcus Webb (hamstring) were placed on injured reserve earlier this season, so Boehm could see action right away. Boehm previously saw action in 31 games for Arizona and drew a start in just nine of those games.
Boehm was waived by the Cardinals on Sunday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.
Boehm hasn't developed as expected but is still eligible for the practice squad if he clears waivers.