Redmond (biceps) signed his contract tender with the Bengals on Wednesday.
Cincinnati tendered the 25-year-old a contract as a restricted free agent last month, and he'll remain with the team without having received an offer sheet from another club. Redmond appeared in only three games last season due to suspension and injuries, but he started 15 games in 2018.
The Bengals extended a contract tender to Redmond (biceps) on Monday.
The 25-year-old has appeared in 23 career games (17 starts), with most of his action coming at guard. Since Redmond is a restricted free agent, the Bengals will have the right to match any offer he receives from the league's other 31 teams. That makes it likely he'll stick around as a depth option for Cincinnati for at least one more season.
Coach Zac Taylor confirmed Redmond suffered a torn biceps during warmups of Sunday's game against the Steelers and is ruled out for the rest of the year, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Redmond started two games for the Bengals this year. There's no indication of a definite timeline, but Redmond should be ready for the 2020 campaign. The 24-year-old will be a restricted free agent in March.
Redmond is believed to have suffered a torn biceps during warmups prior to Sunday's loss to the Steelers, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Redmond is likely set to undergo further testing, and if he's indeed confirmed to have suffered a biceps tear, he can be expected to hit injured reserve. It's an unfortunate blow for the 24-year-old, who already dealt with an ankle issue this season and played with both a torn labrum and a hamstring injury in 2018.
Redmond suffered an elbow injury in pregame warmups and was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Steelers, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports.
As evidenced by this news, Redmond was on track for the game but suffered a setback. In his stead, John Jerry, Billy Price and Michael Jordan will assume depth offensive line duties for the game.
Redmond (ankle) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Raiders, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports.
Redmond is nursing an ankle issue suffered Week 8 against the Rams. His absence will be a blow to Cincinnati's depth behind starting guards Billy Price and John Miller.
Redmond (ankle) was ruled out for Sunday's game against Baltimore, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports.
Redmond suffered the ankle injury Week 8 against the Rams and isn't ready to go coming out of the bye week. John Miller is a likely candidate to fill in at right guard for the Bengals.
Redmond left Sunday's game against the Rams due to an ankle injury and didn't return, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports.
The injury specifics are unclear, but the fact that he didn't return to game action suggests the issue was serious enough to keep him out. It's likely the team will have an update on Redmond's status in the coming days as it heads into its bye week for Week 9.
Redmond returned to Cincinnati's 53-man roster Monday.
Redmond's roster exemption expired Monday, so the Bengals waived Greg Mabin to make room for him on the 53-man unit. The veteran is now eligible to suit up after serving his four-game suspension, and he could enter the starting lineup as early as Sunday's tilt against the Ravens.
Redmond is eligible to play after serving his four-game suspension.
The veteran will be a welcomed addition back to the fold, considering the Bengals' offensive line has dealt with poor play and injuries to this point in the season. Redmond started 15 games last season, and could be thrust into a starting role as early as Sunday against Arizona.
Redmond (shoulder) was activated off the PUP list Sunday and cleared to practice, Tyler Dragon of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Redmond was placed on the PUP at the start of training camp due to a shoulder injury but he passed a physical this weekend and should resume practicing this week. Redmond, however, is suspended for the first four games of the regular season for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs.
Redmond (suspension) was placed on the PUP list Thursday with a shoulder injury, Tyler Dragon of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Redmond dealt with a torn labrum last season, but it's unclear if his current shoulder injury is related. The 24-year-old will miss the first four games of the season regardless of his injury status after being handed a suspension for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing drugs.
Redmond received a four-game suspension Wednesday for violating the league's performance-enhancing drugs policy, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Redmond played with both a torn labrum and a hamstring injury during the 2018 season. Regardless of the exact reason for his suspension, Redmond started 15 games for the Bengals last season, making his absence a less-than-ideal development for the Cincinnati offensive line.
Redmond re-signed Wednesday with Cincinnati on a one-year contract.
Redmond was an exclusive-rights free agent who wasn't going anywhere after starting 15 games at right guard last season.
Redmond was benched for the second half of Sunday's loss to the Steelers after committing two personal fouls in the first half, Paul Dehner Jr. of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Redmond has been a penalty machine this season, committing fouls in 10 of the Bengals' 16 games. He was replaced by Christian Westerman at right guard.
Redmond (hamstring) doesn't carry an injury designation ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Ravens, Paul Dehner Jr. of the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Redmond logged limited practices Wednesday and Thursday and was able to end the week with a full practice Friday. Week 10 was the first game that Redmond had missed all season.
Redmond is inactive for Sunday's game against the Saints, Fletcher Page of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
The guard only managed one limited practice this week and was listed as doubtful heading into the contest, so his absence was fully anticipated.
Redmond is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Saints with a hamstring injury, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Redmond has started all eight games at right guard for the Bengals in 2018 but is likely to miss his first contest Sunday. Trey Hopkins should take over his starting role against New Orleans.
Redmond has been sharing some first-team reps at right guard with Trey Hopkins, Geoff Hobson of Bengals.com reports.
Both the right guard and right tackle positions are up for grabs for the Bengals. Hopkins is still listed as the starter on the depth chart, but Redmond got some playing time last year and the team likes his aggression.