Garnett has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Giants due to an illness, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.
The illness apparently isn't related to COVID-19, but Garnett will be unavailable regardless. He's played only a handful of snaps this season, so his absence is unlikely to significantly impact Washington's gameplan.
Garnett agreed to a deal with Washington on Friday.
Garnett was let go by the Lions two weeks ago and has now found a new home. The 2016 first-round pick will now look for a fresh start in Washington.
The Lions waived Garnett on Sunday, Tim Twentyman of the team's official site reports.
Garnett was a product of necessary cuts to reduce the Lions' roster to 80 players. The 2016 first-round pick will look for a chance to latch on elsewhere.
Garnett agreed to a deal with the Lions on Monday, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports.
Garnett spent three years with the 49ers after being selected in the first-round of the 2016 draft. Things did not pan out for him there, and he eventually was cut during final roster cuts prior to Week 1. He'll now look for a fresh start in Detroit.
Garnett worked out for the Texans on Friday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Garnett, a 2016 first-round draft pick (28th overall) out of Stanford by the 49ers, was not immediately signed to a contract. He started 11 games as a rookie for San Francisco before injuries hindered his development. Garrett has not joined any team since San Francisco cut him after the preseason.
Garnett (finger) returned to practice Monday, Cam Inman of the Bay Area of News Group reports.
Garnett underwent finger surgery at the beginning of training camp but is now nearing a return. The lineman could be a candidate to receive reps in Thursday's preseason finale against the Chargers.
Garnett (finger) is expected to be eased back into practice throughout the upcoming week, Matt Barrows of the Athletic reports.
Garnett is still recovering from finger surgery, but the plan is to have him wear a protective cast while slowly increasing his activity level in practice.
Garnett is expected to remain sidelined three weeks after undergoing finger surgery, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Garnett is expected to play a reserve role with the 49ers when healthy. The 2016 first-round pick is set to become a free agent after the conclusion of the 2019 season.
The 49ers declined to exercise the fifth-year option on Garnett's contract, Tom Pelissero of NFL.com reports.
The first-rounder, who was drafted by the 2016 Chip Kelly staff, hasn't started a game since his rookie season and only saw action as a reserve seven times in 2018. This decision is not surprising.
Garnett (thumb) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.
Garnett appears to have returned to full health after undergoing thumb surgery during the 49ers' Week 11 bye. All signs point to the 24-year-old returning to the field during Sunday's tilt against the Broncos.
Garnett (thumb) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Seahawks, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.
Garnett underwent thumb surgery during the 49ers' Week 11 bye and is still managing his recovery.The 24-year-old reserve lineman will sit out Sunday's divisional tilt against the Seahawks, and a timetable for his return remains undisclosed.
Garnett (thumb) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.
Garnett underwent thumb surgery during the 49ers' bye last week, leaving his status for this weekend truly uncertain. The 24-year-old's potential absence would impact the depth on the offensive line but is unlikely to be a major factor in Sunday's game.
Garnett underwent surgery on his thumb during the 49ers' bye week, and his status is uncertain for Sunday's game against the Bucs, Cam Inman of The Mercury News reports.
If Garnett is unable to go with a cast on his hand, he is likely destined for injured reserve. Still, he is just a reserve guard, so any potential absence is not expected to impact the line.
Garnett (toe) took full part in Monday's practice session, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Garnett has appeared in just one game this season for the 49ers, but he looks to be available again if needed. He will likely return to a role as a backup interior lineman.
Garnett (toe) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Chargers, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Garnett will miss his third straight game while nursing a toe injury sustained during San Francisco's season opener. Garry Gilliam will once again serve as the primary backup to right guard Mike Person.
Garnett (toe) will remain sidelined for the 49ers' Week 3 clash against the Cheifs.
Garnett injured his toe in the team's season-opening loss to the Vikings. He will now miss his second straight game as a result. He was filling in for Mike Person (foot) at the time, but Garnett will be making his return this week.
Garnett (toe) is listed as out for Sunday's game against the Lions, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports.
Garnett entered Week 1 to take the place of Mike Person (foot). If Person can't get healthy for Sunday, Garry Gilliam is expected to fill in again.
Garnett was forced out of Sunday's game against the Vikings with an foot injury and is questionable to return, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.
With Garnett -- who had suited up to replace Mike Person (foot) -- out of action, Garry Gilliam will handle a starting load. Expect an update on the 49ers' guard position after the game.
Garnett (knee) returned to practice Sunday after a two-week absence, Cam Inman of the Bay Area News Group reports.
Garnett will slide back into the starting right guard position. Look for Jonathan Cooper to move back in the depth chart and assume his role with the second team.
Garnett (knee) will miss the 49ers' preseason opener against the Cowboys on Thursday, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.
Garnett is believed to be dealing with a severe bruise to his right knee, but the offensive lineman has sought several opinions in order to remove structural damage as a potential diagnose. The former first-rounder figures to have the best shot of starting at guard upon his return to full strength, but it remains to be seen when he'll be back at training camp.