McCray is in line to start at left guard in place of the injured James Carpenter (groin) during Atlanta's Week 13 matchup against New Orleans, Kelsey Conway of the Falcons' official site reports.
McCray has made five appearances in his debut campaign for the Falcons, but he hasn't yet garnered more than 11 offensive snaps in a single contest. With Carpenter exiting in the fourth quarter of last Sunday's 43-6 win over Las Vegas, McCray closed out the game at guard. A start from the 28-year-old would mark his first since suiting up for the Browns during Week 17 of last season.
McCray agreed to a contract with the Falcons on Sunday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
McCray is a nice backup lineman who is capable of lining up at multiple positions. The 27-year-old journeyman appeared in 15 games for the Browns last season, including four starts.
McCray started at left tackle Sunday in place of the injured Greg Robinson (concussion).
It was a rough day for Cleveland's offensive line and McCray in particular. The Steelers racked up five sacks and two additional quarterback hits. Pittsburgh outside linebacker Bud Dupree was mostly lined up against McCray and led the Steelers with 1.5 sacks and two quarterback hits.
McCray (shoulder) is active for Monday's contest against the 49ers, Jason Wahlers of the Packers' official site reports.
McCray is in line to get the start at right guard with Byron Bell backing him up. The Packers come into Monday's game thin along the offensive line, with Bell and Lucas Patrick the only reserve players available.
McCray (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the 49ers, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports.
McCray started the week as a limited participant but faced no limitations the past two days, putting him on track to be available Monday. Byron Bell would likely fill in at right guard if McCray suffers a setback.
McCray (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game versus the Lions.
McCray is expected to start at right guard.
McCray (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game versus the Lions.
McCray sat out Week 4 as well and he was limited all week in practice. If McCray can't go, Byron Bell will likely fill in at right guard.
McCray (shoulder) is listed as inactive Sunday against Buffalo.
With McCray out of action and no return timetable in sight, Byron Bell is in line to step in at guard for the foreseeable future.
McCray (shoulder) is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Bills, Michael Cohen of The Athletic reports.
McCray has not participated in practice since suffering a shoulder injury during the Packers' Week 3 loss to Washington, and he appears unlikely to suit up against Buffalo on Sunday. Byron Bell will step in to the starting lineup if McCray misses any time.
McCray (shoulder) is not practicing Wednesday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
McCray was forced out of Week 3's 31-17 loss to the Redskins due to a shoulder injury and has yet to return to practice. The Packers are planning to start Byron Bell at right guard against the Bills on Sunday, Sal Capaccio of WGR Sports Radio 550 Buffalo reports, so it seems that McCray is likely to remain sidelined through Week 4.
McCray suffered a shoulder injury during Green Bay's 31-17 loss to the Redskins.
McCray was forced out of Sunday's game due to the injury. It remains to be seen whether the injury will threaten McCray's ability to practice, but with Bryan Bulaga (back) also nursing an injury, two starters on the Packers' offensive line should be considered questionable heading into Week 4.
McCray (calf) was not listed on Wednesday's injury report, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
It seems like McCray has put the calf issue behind him. Without an appearance on the injury report, it's plausible McCray will be ready for Week 1. No decision has been made yet regarding his availability, however.
McCray suffered a calf contusion in Thursday's preseason win over Pittsburgh, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
McCray's injury looked potentially serious Thursday, as he struggled to limp off the field. Fortunately for the team, McCray, who's expected to be the starter at right guard, should be able to return in time for Week 1.
McCray left Thursday's game with a left calf injury, Wes Hodkiewicz of the Packers' official site reports.
McCray drew the start at right guard for the Packers and went down on a run play in the second quarter of Thursday's tilt. He was able to walk off under his own power, but the severity of the injury remains unclear.
The Packers placed an exclusive rights tender on McCray on Monday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
McCray became a major asset once the Packers began their injury parade down the stretch last year. With his strong play, he earned himself a tender that will keep him in Green Bay this upcoming season. If the Packers aren't able retain Jahri Evans, McCray would presumably be a starting right guard for the season opener.
McCray (knee) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
McCray was forced out of Sunday's loss to the Ravens with a knee injury, but after being limited Wednesday and fully participating Thursday, the guard should be good to go for this weekend's matchup with the Steelers.
McCray is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Ravens with a knee injury.
McCray was battling an ankle injury earlier this month, but this time it's a knee injury to further deplete the Packers' offensive line. Jason Spriggs, fresh off injured reserved, has stepped in at right tackle for Green Bay.
McCray (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the Bears.
Since Bryan Bulaga suffered a torn ACL during Monday's matchup with the Lions, McCray will slot in at right tackle Sunday. He's proven to be a true utility lineman this season, but he may have found a full-time spot in Bulaga's absence.
McCray sustained an ankle injury during Monday's 30-17 loss to the Lions, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
The Packers entered the contest with their five preferred offensive linemen healthy for just the second time all season, but that group was broken up in the fourth quarter when right tackle Bryan Bulaga was carted off with a knee injury. McCray entered the contest in his stead before sustaining an injury of his own later in the same quarter, though it appears his issue is less severe than Bulaga's. With the Packers fearing that Bulaga could be unavailable for Sunday's game against the Bears and beyond, the team will hope McCray can heal up quickly during the short week.
McCray signed a contract with the Packers on Wednesday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN reports.
McCray has spent time with the Titans as a practice squad player but has never appeared in an NFL game. The young guard will provide some extra competition as the Packers look to find a replacement for former starter T.J. Lang, who signed with the Lions in free agency.