Davenport (knee) returned to Sunday's game against Philadelphia, Jordan McPherson of the Miami Herald reports.
Davenport left the game briefly in the first quarter to get his knee checked out by the training staff, and was pronounced healthy to return. He'll slot back into his usual role at left tackle across the offensive line.
Davenport (knee) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Eagles, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
It's unclear how Davenport picked up the knock, but he was forced to leave the game in the first quarter. As long as the Bucknell product is sidelined, look for J'Marcus Webb to take over as the team's left tackle.
Davenport (knee) was activated off injured reserve Saturday, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports.
Davenport started the season opener for Miami before hyperextending his knee and cracking his tibia, but he'll now be able to play Week 11. The 24-year-old started 15 of 16 games for the Texans last season, but it's not immediately clear if he'll return to a starting role for the Dolphins.
Coach Chad O'Shea said Davenport (knee) will participate in team drills this week, Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.
Davenport was officially designated to return Oct. 31, opening a three-week window to be activated from IR, which ends Nov. 21. O'Shea is optimistic Davenport will be ready to return, but he said the lineman still needs to prove he can get back to game action.
The Dolphins have designated Davenport (knee) to return from injured reserve, Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com reports.
Davenport will practice Thursday, kicking off a 21-day window during which the Dolphins can evaluate him for activation to the 53-man roster. When cleared, Davenport stands to draw the start at left tackle.
The Dolphins placed Davenport (knee) on injured reserve Friday.
Davenport hyperextended his knee and cracked his tibia in Thursday's practice, so a lengthy recovery will be necessary. The third-year offensive tackle was the Dolphins starting left tackle after being traded from Houston in exchange for Laremy Tunsil. Davenport will be eligible to return Week 10, and Isaiah Prince will take over at left tackle for the time being.
Davenport suffered a hyperextended knee and a crack in his tibia at Thursday's practice, Ian Rapaport of NFL Network reports.
Davenport was a part of a trade that sent Laremy Tunsil to the Texans, giving the former an opportunity to take over at left tackle. Davenport will likely be out for several weeks, but if he is ultimately placed on injured reserve, he should have an opportunity to return this season. In his absence, Isaiah Prince is in line to take over at left tackle for Miami.
Davenport was traded to the Dolphins from the Texans on Saturday along with Johnson Bademosi, two first-round picks and a second-round pick in exchange for Laremy Tunsil, Kenny Stills and a fourth-round pick, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Davenport struggled at times during the preseason while Matt Kalil (foot) was injured, so it will be interesting to see how he fits into Miami's depth chart. The Dolphins take on the Ravens in Week 1.
Davenport started at left tackle against the Cowboys in preseason Week 3 and allowed two sacks in the loss, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
With Matt Kalil (foot) being brought along slowly, Davenport got the start ahead of Roderick Johnson, who started the previous game. Davenport not only allowed two sacks, he missed a block on Dallas defensive tackle Maliek Collins, whose tackle on running back Lamar Miller caused the knee injury that ended Miller's season. Kalil was back on the practice field Monday and is expected to be ready to go for the season opener against the Saints.
Davenport was flagged for four penalties in Week 3's loss to the Giants.
Davenport, who was the culprit of two false starts in last week's loss to the Titans, committed three false start infractions and a costly holding penalty that nullified a DeAndre Hopkins touchdown. He was flagged for a fifth time, but it did not count due to an offsetting penalty. Houston's offensive line has been a big story early on, as quarterback Deshaun Watson has been sacked 10 times and hit 32 times through three games.
Davenport is expected to start at left tackle Week 16 against the Steelers, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
It will be a tough spot for the rookie from Bucknell, who will be making his first start of the season against the league's fifth-ranked passing defense. Davenport will be filling in for Kendall Lamm (concussion).
Davenport (shoulder) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Jaguars.
Davenport hadn't seen game action since Week 10, but he's now slated to make his return. The 22-year-old is likely to start at left tackle for the Texans with Kendall Lamm out with a concussion.
Davenport (shoulder) is listed as out for Sunday's game against the 49ers.
Davenport was unable to practice throughout the week and will miss his fourth consecutive game as a result of the shoulder injury.
Davenport (shoulder) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Titans.
Davenport started the week as a limited participant but apparently suffered a setback Thursday, leading to him sitting out Friday's session. This marks the third consecutive missed contest for the 22-year-old since sustaining the injury against the Rams in Week 10.
Davenport (shoulder) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Ravens.
Davenport slots in as a backup tackle, but since Chris Clark (knee) is good to go, his absence won't shake up the offensive dynamic.
Davenport is nursing an AC joint sprain in his shoulder, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
The injury prevented the rookie offensive tackle from playing in Sunday's win over the Cardinals. The Texans will evaluate his condition over the course of practices this week, but his status for the Week 12 matchup with the Ravens is uncertain.
Davenport (shoulder) was ruled out for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
Davenport did not practice this week so this doesn't come as much of a surprise. The Texans will have to look elsewhere if a starting offensive lineman suffers an injury.
Davenport (shoulder) didn't practice Wednesday.
The Texans use Davenport as a reserve lineman, so unless a starting lineman gets hurt, this injury shouldn't be of much concern.
Davenport injured his shoulder Sunday against the Rams and is questionable to return.
Davenport is mainly deployed as a reserve lineman, so his absence likely won't affect the Texans' offensive dynamic too much.
Davenport and the Texans have agreed to terms on a four-year deal, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
As a two-year captain in college who scored 34 on the Wonderlic exam, the 6-foot-7 Davenport has the smarts and leadership skills coveted by any NFL team. The downside is the level of competition he faced while at Bucknell in the Patriot League. If Davenport is quick to assimilate, the fourth-round draft pick will become a regular in the Texans' tackle rotation, as Derek Newton (knees) is not expected to play in 2017.