The Vikings waived Kline on Wednesday.
Minnesota will be breaking in a new top guard to pair with Pat Elflein in 2020, as Kline started in all 13 of his appearances for the club in 2019. The 30-year-old's wealth of experience -- he's racked up 77 starts in 92 regular-season appearances during his seven-year career -- should allow him to find work elsewhere without too much trouble.
Kline (concussion) doesn't carry an injury designation into Monday's game against the Seahawks.
Kline's return should help open up even more running lanes for Minnesota's Dalvin Cook-led ground game. Injuries have limited Kline to eight appearances this season.
Kline (concussion) was ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Broncos.
Kline suffered the concussion during last week's win over the Cowboys and was unable to practice this week. The 29-year-old will remain sidelined until he fully clears the concussion protocol. Dakota Dozier should fill his starting role on the offensive line.
Kline (concussion) was ruled out of Sunday's game against the Cowboys.
Kline apparently failed to get through the concussion protocol. He will need to clear it in order to suit up for any future game action.
Kline is being evaluated for a concussion, Andrew Krammer of the Star Tribune reports. His return to Sunday's game against Dallas should be considered questionable at this time.
Kline left the game to go to the locker room for testing. Dakota Dozier has taken over the spot on Minnesota's offensive line previously occupied by Kline.
Kline (foot) is not listed on Friday's injury report, Chad Graff of The Athletic reports.
Kline has successfully put the foot issue he picked up Week 5 behind him. He'll draw his usual start at right guard versus the Lions.
Kline (foot) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Eagles.
Kline picked up a foot issue Week 5 versus the Giants, and he'll require more time to recover before retaking the field. Look for one of Dru Samia or Dakota Dozier to start at right guard in Kline's stead.
Kline (concussion) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game versus the Giants, Chad Graff of The Athletic reports.
Kline missed last week's game versus the Bears, but he's ready to resume his starting right guard role against the Giants.
Kline (concussion) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
It remains to be seen whether Kline has officially cleared the league's concussion protocol, but he certainly appears to be nearing a return to full health. The starting right guard is working to retake the field in time for Sunday's tilt against the Giants.
Kline (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bears, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Kline suffered a concussion in last week's game against the Raiders and did not return. The head injury will now cost him at least one week, and Dakota Dozier is in line to start at right guard in Kline's absence.
Kline is out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Raiders with a concussion, Ben Goessling of the Minneapolis Star Tribune reports.
Now that Kline was officially diagnosed with a concussion, he will enter the league's mandated concussion protocol. The Kent State product will need to clear it before he's eligible to return to practice. With Kline sidelined, Dakota Dozier is in line to fill in at the right guard position.
Kline signed a contract with the Vikings on Wednesday, Eric Smith of the team's official site reports.
Kline started all 16 games for the Titans in 2018 and 46 contests overall during the past three seasons, all at right guard. He'll help fortify the interior of the Vikings' offensive line.
Kline was released by the Titans on Friday, Jim Wyatt of team's official site reports.
Kline had a year remaining on his contract and the Titans will eat $3.5 million in dead money with his release -- which the team clearly feels comfortable with after upgrading at guard via ex-Ram Rodger Saffold. Given Tennessee's apparent lack of an attempt to re-sign Quinton Spain, it seems the Titans will be trotting out a pair of new offensive guards in 2019.
Kline (ankle) was a full participant at practice Friday, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports.
Kline was a limited participant Thursday as he dealt with the ankle injury suffered Week 7, but he appears good to go with the benefit of the bye week. The 28-year-old should take his usual post at starting right guard Monday against the Cowboys.
Kline (undisclosed) did not participate in practice Monday, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.
Kline was forced to exit Sunday's game against the Chargers due to his injury. He may be sidelined a few days with the injury and should be considered questionable for next week's game against the Cowboys for the time being.
Kline has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Chargers due to an undisclosed injury, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports.
Kline was replaced on the offensive line by Dennis Kelly, and the severity of his injury remains unknown.
Kline agreed to terms Wednesday with the Titans on a four-year, $26 million contract, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports.
The deal guarantees the guard $12 million after he impressed in a starting role with the Titans over the past two seasons. With The 28-year-old figures to have found a comfortable living in Nashville in the short-term. Per Pro Football Focus, Kline graded out as the No. 22 overall guard during the 2017 season, with the 28-year-old turning in his best work in pass protection.
Patriots rookie starting center Bryan Stork is not practicing Wednesday, reports MassLive.com. He suffered a knee injury in the second quarter of the playoff win over Baltimore and did not return.
If Stork can't play in Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Colts, right guard Ryan Wendell will start at center with Josh Kline replacing Wendell.
New England is a 6.5-point home favorite.
The status of Patriots starting center Bryan Stork is unclear heading into Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Colts, reports the team's website. Stork left the playoff win over the Ravens with a knee injury and was not spotted in the locker room afterward.
New England doesn't resume practicing until Wednesday.
Midway through the second quarter, Ravens outside linebacker Terrell Suggs "came flying in from behind [Tom] Brady and landed on the side of Stork’s right leg," the website said. Right guard Ryan Wendell moved to center, with Josh Kline coming in to replace Wendell.
The Patriots declared linebacker Dont'a Hightower (knee), safety Nate Ebner (finger), offensive lineman Josh Kline and Cameron Fleming, defensive lineman Zach Moore, cornerback Malcolm Butler and running back James White inactive for Sunday night's game against Cincinnati.