Indianapolis signed Tevi (knee) on Monday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Tevi gives the Colts a left tackle to protect Carson Wentz in the wake of longtime veteran Anthony Castonzo's retirement. The former Charger has a history of knee injuries -- he missed the final regular-season game of 2020 due to such an issue -- but he's yet to sit out more than two contests in a single season.
Tevi (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
While it is unclear why Tevi will not play, his role as tackle will likely be covered by Trey Pipkins or Storm Norton. The 26-year-old has finished his season playing the most amount of offensive-line snaps this season (958 snaps).
Tevi is with his wife for the birth of their child and away from the team for Sunday's game against the Patriots, Gilbert Manzano of The Orange County Register reports.
Trey Pipkins or Storm Norton is poised to take over at left tackle for the Chargers while Tevi spends some time with his family.
Tevi is expected to start the preseason as the starting left tackle, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports.
This comes directly from head coach Anthony Lynn, though it's probably easier to suggest Tevi is the starting option at the moment when his main competition -- Trey Pipkins -- is dealing with a right knee issue that's causing him to wear a brace. Tevi started 29 games combined over the past two seasons, though most have come at right tackle, a spot that is already reserved for major offseason acquisition Bryan Bulaga.
Tevi (ankle) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
It's unclear how Tevi picked up the injury; however, he was forced to leave the game in the third quarter. As long as the 25-year-old is sidelined, look for Trey Pipkins to take over as the team's right tackle.
Tevi (knee) is officially active for Sunday's game against Denver.
Tevi will be making his return to the field after meniscus surgery forced him to miss the past two games. Now healthy enough to play, Tevi should slot into his normal role as the team's starting right tackle for the contest.
Tevi (knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Broncos.
Tevi is looking to come back after meniscus surgery caused him to miss the Chargers' last two games. Trey Pipkins filled in for the 25-year-old while he was out and likely would again if necessary.
Tevi (knee) won't be available for Monday's contest against the Chiefs, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports.
Tevi underwent surgery to have his meniscus scoped Nov. 8, so it's not at all surprising that he won't be ready to go Week 11. As long as Tevi forced to miss time, the Chargers will likely count on rookie third-round pick Trey Pipkins to start at right tackle.
Tevi (knee) underwent surgery Friday but is not expected to miss the remainder of the season, Gilbert Manzano of The Orange County Register reports.
Tevi had his meniscus scoped, which is not considered serious. It is unclear how long he will be sidelined, but he is expected back at some point. In the meantime, Trey Pipkins should presumably replace him at right tackle.
Tevi (knee) is inactive for Thursday's game against the Raiders.
Tevi exited Sunday's win over the Packers with a knee injury, and since he didn't practice all week, it's no surprise that he's unable to suit up for the prime-time contest. Trent Scott will start at right tackle in his place.
Tevi (knee) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against Green Bay.
It's unclear how Tevi picked up the injury, but he was forced to leave the game in the second quarter. He could head to the locker room to get extra medical attention and try to give it a go for the third quarter. In his stead, look for Trey Pipkins to take over as the team's right tackle.