Tretter (knee) does not have an injury designation for Sunday's game against Washington, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Tretter was limited in three consecutive practices, so it looks like he's still dealing with a lingering knee injury. However, the fact that the starting center doesn't have any sort of injury designation hints that the issue isn't serious enough to endanger his availability.
Tretter (knee) is active for Thursday's game against the Bengals, Andrew Gribble of the Browns' official site reports.
Tretter will play through his lingering knee issue for the second consecutive contest. With Chris Hubbard set to start at right tackle in place of Jack Conklin, who will only be available in case of emergency, the Browns will be counting on Tretter to hold down the fort in his usual starting role at center.
Tretter (knee) is questionable for Thursday's game against the Bengals, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Tretter had been dealing with the knee issue all last week before playing in Sunday's game against Baltimore, so the team will be hoping for a similar scenario. Chris Hubbard (ankle), Jack Conklin (ankle/finger) and Jedrick Wills (shin) are all dealing with injury as well, so it's unclear how the offensive line will look for Thursday's contest.
Tretter (knee) is active Week 1 against Baltimore.
Tretter is active despite getting his knee scoped in mid-August and serving as a limited participant in each practice session this week. Per Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal, Tretter will resume his regular role as the starting center.
Tretter (knee), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Baltimore, is expected to play, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Tretter's activity was limited in practice this week while he works back from an August knee scope, but the 29-year-old apparently showed enough for the Browns to be optimistic that he'll be ready to go for the opener. Rookie fifth-round pick Nick Harris will be the next man up at center if Tretter can't go.
Tretter (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's season opener against the Ravens, Jake Trotter of ESPN.com reports.
Tretter is recovering from offseason knee surgery, and it looks as though a final decision on his status for Week 1 won't be made until the weekend. The Browns will rely on rookie center Nick Harris to slot into the starting lineup if Tretter isn't able to go.
Tretter (knee) was a limited participant at Wednesday's practice, Andrew Gribble of the Browns' official site reports.
Tretter has been on the field this week after rehabbing knee surgery during training camp. Cleveland head coach Kevin Stefanski said a decision about Tretter's status for Week 1 against Baltimore will be made this weekend. If Tretter is unavailable, Nick Harris will start at center and be the second rookie, along with left Jedrick Wills, on the offensive line.
Tretter (knee) returned to practice Monday, Andrew Gribble of the team's official site reports.
Tretter hasn't missed a start since the beginning of the 2017 season, so it seems rather unlikely he would miss Sunday's kickoff game against the rival Ravens. However, should the veteran suffer a setback during this week of practice, look for rookie Nick Harris to prepare to fill in.
Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski said a decision on the status of Tretter (knee) for the season opener against Baltimore will be made during the week leading up to the game, Marla Ridenour of the Akron-Beacon Journal reports.
Tretter is rehabbing from knee surgery he underwent Aug. 13. While Tretter works to get ready for the Ravens, Nick Harris, a 2020 fifth-round draft pick, is filling in at center.
Tretter recently underwent a minor scope to clean out loose bodies and ease some discomfort in his knee, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
The procedure is expected to sideline the center for a couple weeks and shouldn't impact his Week 1 availability. While Tretter is absent, Nick Harris is slated to handle the Browns' first-team center reps.
Tretter (knee) is active Week 17 against Cincinnati.
Tretter has dealt with knee troubles for essentially the entirety of December, but once again, a limited practice week won't prevent the four-year veteran from taking the field.
The Browns have listed Tretter (knee) as questionable for their Week 17 matchup with the Bengals on Sunday, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports.
Tretter practiced in limited fashion all week, so it comes as no surprise that he entered the weekend with a questionable tag. Final confirmation on his status should come closer to kickoff.
Tretter (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Ravens.
Tretter will battle through this knee injury for the third straight game and he'll continue his role at starting center.
Tretter (knee) won't practice Wednesday, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Tretter was able to play through this injury during the last two games, but he'll get some rest Wednesday. As long as Tretter is able to get back on the practice field this week, he should be good to go Sunday versus the Ravens.
Tretter (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Andrew Gribble of the Browns' official site reports.
Tretter is expected to start at center after practicing just once in the preceding week.
Tretter is questionable for Sunday's game against Arizona.
Tretter returned to the practice field on a limited basis Friday for the first time this week. He followed a similar route prior to Week 14 and ultimately played.
Tretter (knee) is active Week 14 against Cincinnati.
A missed practice Wednesday followed by a pair of limited sessions won't be enough to leave Tretter off the active roster. He'll resume his regular role as the starting center without missing a beat.
Tretter (knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, Jake Trotter of ESPN.com reports.
Tretter sat out the first practice of the week before returning in limited fashion for the final two. The 28-year-old has yet to miss a snap this season.
Tretter and the Browns agreed to terms on a three-year, $32.5 million contract extension Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Tretter's extension reportedly includes more than $23 million in guarantees. The veteran center has been a rare bright spot along Cleveland's offensive line throughout the season, so it's not much of a surprise that the team has opted to lock him up for the foreseeable future.
Tretter (ankle) is active Sunday against Baltimore.
It's been the same refrain for most of December for Tretter, who frequently enters the week with a "questionable" tag but suits up as the starting center nonetheless.