Kerin re-signed with the Redskins on Tuesday, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
Kerin had spent time with the Vikings, Lions and Falcons over a four-year span before joining the Redskins late last season. He ended up playing in two games, starting one of them. The journeyman projects as backup guard should he ultimately earn a spot on the 53-man roster.
Kerin (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against Philadelphia, Kareem Copeland of The Washington Post reports.
Kerin sustained the knee injury last week against the Titans and was limited at practice Thursday and Friday. Thankfully, Tony Bergstrom (ankle) will return from his three-game absence to provide some help for the Redskins' offensive line.
Kerin (knee) is questionable to return to Saturday's game against the Titans.
Kerin appeared to injure his knee during the Redskins' second possession of the contest. Kyle Fuller will take over his spot on the offensive line.
Kerin signed a contract with Washington on Tuesday, Howard Balzer of BalzerFootball.com reports.
Kerin spent a month with the Falcons earlier in the season but was ultimately waived. Last season he spent time with the Lions. The Redskins are pretty beat up along the offensive line at the moment, which could mean Kerin sees reps immediately.
Kerin was waived by the Falcons on Tuesday, Jason Butt of The Athletic reports.
The 27-year-old has bounced around a bit since entering the league as an undrafted free agent back in 2014. Kerin has started just one game over his career, which came with Detroit last season.
Kerin signed with the Falcons on Tuesday, Wendy Adams of the Falcons Radio Network reports.
A roster spot opened for Kerin after the Falcons placed Andy Levitre (triceps) on injured reserve. Kerin will likely function as a reserve option along the offensive line.
Kerin signed a deal with the Giants on Thursday, Michael Eisen of the team's official site reports.
Kerin joined the Lions in 2017, but missed most of the season after being placed on injured reserve with a knee injury in late September. He will add depth to the Giants interior line behind John Jerry and rookie Will Hernandez.
Kerin (knee) was placed on injured reserve by the Lions on Saturday, Mike Rothstein of ESPN.com reports.
Kerin practiced on a limited basis Thursday before not participating Friday. The specifics of the injury aren't known at this point, and the depth offensive lineman was replaced on the 53-man roster by linebacker Thurston Armbrister.
Kerin re-signed with the Vikings on Thursday.
Kerin will provide the Vikings depth along the interior portion of their offensive line. He played roughly 11 percent of the team's offensive snaps in 2016.
Kerin (hand) was not listed on the Vikings' final injury report in advance of Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
Kerin has missed the past three games with a hand injury, but he now appears set to make a return.
Kerin (hand) is inactive for Sunday's matchup with Washington, Matt Vensel of the Star Tribune reports.
The reserve center continues to miss time with a hand injury, making the Vikings' offensive line depth a bit thinner Sunday.
Kerin (hand) will not play Sunday against the Lions.
Kerin, a depth lineman for the Vikings, didn't practice this week as he works his way back from a hand injury. It's uncertain when he may be back in action.
Kerin (hand) has been ruled out for Monday's tilt against the Bears.
The specifics of Kerin's hand injury are unclear at this point. His absence shouldn't impact the offense greatly as he's little more than a depth lineman.
The Vikings signed nine players to their practice squad: running back Joe Banyard, wideouts Kain Colter and Donte Foster, defensive tackle Isame Faciane, tight end Chase Ford, cornerback Kendall James, center Zac Kerin, offensive tackle Mike Remmers and defensive end Justin Trattou.
Minnesota released linebacker Larry Dean and offensive tackle Austin Wentworth.
The Vikings made a slew of cuts Saturday to pare their roster down to the required 53 for the regular season.
The following players were cut: OL Jeff Baca, DT Chase Baker, RB Joe Banyard, S Kurt Coleman, WR Kain Colter, S Chris Crocker, DT Fred Evans, DT Isame Faciane, TE Chase Ford, WR Donte Foster, LB Justin Jackson, CB Kendall James, OL Zac Kerin, CB Julian Posey, TE Allen Reisner, OL Mike Remmers, DE Justin Trattou, RB Dominique Williams and LB Mike Zimmer.