Hubbard agreed to re-structure his contract with the Browns on Thursday, Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com reports.
Hubbard is now only under contract for two seasons, and he took about a $15 million pay cut to remain on the roster. The 28-year-old lost out on the starting right tackle job last week after the team signed former Titan Jack Conklin to a massive three-year, $42 million deal. Hubbard is expected to be deployed as a swing tackle for the Browns in 2020.
Hubbard (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Andrew Gribble of the Browns' official site reports.
Hubbard will return after missing Week 14's win over the Bengals, and he's expected to start at right tackle.
Hubbard (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Andrew Gribble of the Browns' official site reports.
Hubbard was able to put in limited practices all week after missing his first game of the season Week 14. If he is unable to go Sunday, Kendall Lamm would likely take over for the 28-year-old again.
Hubbard (knee) is inactive Week 14 against Cincinnati.
Hubbard will be sidelined for the divisional matchup despite logging a few limited practices to finish up the week. Kendall Lamm will draw the start at right tackle in his stead.
Hubbard (knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, Jake Trotter of ESPN.com reports.
Hubbard sat out Wednesday's practice before returning for two limited sessions to close out the week. The 28-year-old has played in nine consecutive contests.
Hubbard (foot) is ready to go for Monday's matchup against the 49ers.
Hubbard was able to log a full practice Saturday, so he seemed to be trending in this direction. He should be set to handle his regular role as the Browns' starting right tackle. Justin McCray would be in line to replace him should he suffer any setbacks.
Hubbard (foot) is listed as questionable for Monday's game versus the 49ers, Nate Ulrich of the Akron Beacon Journal reports.
Hubbard was able to get a full practice in Saturday, so it looks like he's on track to start at right tackle Monday, barring a setback.
Hubbard (foot) will play in Sunday's divisional game against the Ravens.
Hubbard showed some progress during the week, after he didn't log any practice leading up to his absence for Week 3. Now that he's officially playing Sunday, expect the UAB product to resume his usual starting role at right tackle.
Hubbard (foot) was back on the practice field Thursday but limited, Andrew Gribble of the Browns' official site reports.
Brown hadn't practiced since the week leading up to a Week 2 game against the Jets and sat out Sunday's loss to the Rams. "He did show some progress, so that's a good sign," coach Freddie Kitchens said. "We'll build him up a little bit and see how he is after tomorrow." Hubbard, the starting right tackle, is considered a game-time decision for Week 4 against the Ravens.
Hubbard said Monday that there's a "slight crack" in his foot but that he won't require surgery, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports. The lineman added he's week-to-week and is "going to be back, though, soon."
Hubbard missed Sunday's game due to the foot injury, and the extent of the ailment is now evident. As of now, the UAB product looks to be doubtful for Week 4 against the Ravens, which means Wyatt Teller should continue to get the start at right tackle as long as Hubbard is sidelined.
Hubbard (foot) is inactive for Sunday's game versus the Rams.
The team will likely have Wyatt Teller as its starting right tackle.
Hubbard (foot) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Rams, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
Hubbard's chances of suiting up Sunday versus the Rams appear murky at best, and it's possible that his availability could come down to a game-time decision. With Kendall Lamm (knee) ruled out, Wyatt Teller will likely draw the start at right tackle if Hubbard is forced to miss any time.
Hubbard (foot) was a non-participant for Wednesday's practice, Scott Petrak of the Elyria Chronicle-Telegram reports.
It's unclear how the veteran picked up the injury, but it's serious enough to force him to miss important practice time. At this point, Hubbard should be considered questionable for Week 3 against the Rams, and should he miss the game, Kendall Lamm and Wyatt Teller would be the leading candidates to assume the right tackle start.
Hubbard signed a five-year, $37.5 million contract with the Browns on Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Hubbard started just 14 games in a four-year stint with the Steelers, but the Browns hope his arrival will be steady insurance in case 10-time Pro Bowler Joe Thomas (triceps) decides to retire.
The lone injured player on the inactive list posted by the Steelers for their season opener Thursday night against New England is quarterback Landry Jones, who is dealing with a concussion.
Also inactive are tight end Jesse James, wideout Sammie Coates, cornerback Ross Cockrell, defensive ends Letterius Walton and Caushaud Lyons and offensive lineman Chris Hubbard.
The Steelers announced they re-signed guard Chris Hubbard to a one-year contract. The second-year pro was on the active roster all season, appearing in one game, after spending 2013 on the practice squad.
The Steelers have listed the following players as inactive for Saturday's game against the Ravens: quarterback Landry Jones, wide receiver Lance Moore, cornerback Ike Taylor, running back Le'Veon Bell, defensive end Clifton Geathers, guard Chris Hubbard and tight end Michael Palmer.
The Steelers have listed the following players as inactive for Sunday night's Week 17 showdown with the Bengals: cornerback Ike Taylor (shoulder, forearm), safety Troy Polamalu (knee), tight end Michael Palmer (groin), quarterback Landry Jones, wide receiver Justin Brown, defensive end Clifton Geathers and guard Chris Hubbard.
Taylor, Polamalu and Palmer were all listed as questionable to play Sunday but none of the three will be available for the regular-season finale. The three players listed as probable to play in Week 17 are all active, including tackle Kelvin Beachum (back), tight end Matt Spaeth (elbow) and linebacker Vince Williams (ankle).
Pittsburgh is a 3 1/2-point favorite at home against Cincinnati.
The Steelers declared safety Troy Polamalu (knee), linebacker Ryan Shazier (ankle), cornerback Ike Taylor (forearm), nose tackle Steve McLendon (shoulder), safety Shamarko Thomas (hamstring), quarterback Landry Jones and guard Chris Hubbard inactive for Monday's game at Tennessee.
As expected, several key Steelers have been ruled out for the Sunday game against the Jets with injuries, including cornerback Ike Taylor (forearm), safety Troy Polamalu (knee) and linebacker Ryan Shazier (ankle). Also injured and out are safeties Shamarko Thomas and Ross Ventrone, both with hamstring ailments.
Guard Chris Hubbard and quarterback Landry Jones are the lone healthy scratches.