The Chargers activated Groy (triceps) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Groy remains on injured reserve due to a season-ending triceps injury he sustained Week 7. The veteran guard will keep his sights on making a full recovery for the 2021 campaign.
Groy underwent surgery on his injured triceps, officially ending his 2020 campaign, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports.
Groy has been sidelined since he suffered the triceps injury in Week 7, and he was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list four days later. Groy will now shift his focus to recovery, as he looks to get healthy in time for the 2020 season. With Groy sidelined, Trai Turner (ankle) is expected to handle right guard duties as long as he's healthy.
Groy (triceps) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday.
Groy suffered a triceps injury against the Jaguars in Week 7 and now finds himself on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Scott Quessenberry figures to draw the start at right guard in Week 8 with Groy out.
Groy sustained a triceps injury during Sunday's 39-29 win over the Jaguars, Daniel Popper of The Athletic reports.
Groy was forced off the field late in the fourth quarter. If he's forced to miss more time, Scott Quessenberry will likely continue starting at right gaurd.
Groy was promoted to the Chargers' active roster Saturday.
Groy will add depth on the interior of the Chargers' offensive line, as C Mike Pouncey (hip) has been ruled out and RG Trai Turner (knee) is considered questionable for Sunday's game against Cincinnati.
Groy agreed to a contract with the Chargers on Wednesday, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports.
The 29-year-old joined the Chargers in October after Mike Pouncey went down with a neck injury, appearing in nine games in a reserve role with the team. Groy will likely fill a similar role in 2020 if he makes the season-opening roster.
The Chargers and Groy agreed to a contract Wednesday.
Following fellow lineman Mike Pouncey's (neck) placement on injured reserve, the team elected to fill his place with Groy. The 28-year-old will add some versatility to the line as he can play center or guard. Gory started six games with the Bills last season.
Groy agreed to a contract with the Saints on Wednesday, Luke Johnson of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.
Groy spent 2018 with the Bills, making 15 appearances (six starts). The 28-year-old has experience at both interior line spots and should vie for a depth role during training camp.
Groy will be the Bills' starting center to begin the season after winning a training camp battle with free-agent acquisition Russell Bodine, Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News reports.
The Bills have a new-look offensive line after losing three starters in the offseason, but at least Groy has some experience to offer after filling in for long-time center Eric Wood in the past when Wood was injured.
Groy (illness) is active for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Groy will be ready to provide depth to the Bills' offensive line in a game that could clinch a playoff appearance.
Groy (illness) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Groy was held out of practice both Wednesday and Thursday before returning in a limited capacity Friday. His potential absence would rob the Bills of crucial depth at offensive line.
The Bills matched the Rams' offer sheet on Groy on Thursday, meaning that the 26-year-old will remain in Buffalo on a two-year contract, ESPN's Mike Rodak reports.
Groy received an offer sheet from the Rams earlier in the week, but the Bills were quick to match it in order to retain the young guard. He played sparingly early in 2016 but came on late in the season, playing 50 or more snaps in each of the last seven weeks.
Groy received a two-year offer sheet from the Rams on Tuesday, Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News reports.
Groy is a restricted free agent, so the Bills will have a chance to match the Rams' offer. The offensive lineman was undrafted when he first came into the league, so Buffalo would not receive draft pick compensation if it was to let Groy walk.
Groy will start at center for the Bills this week against Cincinnati, ESPN's Mike Rodak reports.
Groy beat out Patrick Lewis for the job vacancy, which arose when long-time starter Eric Wood went down for the season with a broken leg. Groy has his work cut out for him to prevent being viewed as a letdown, as Wood is one of the NFL's better centers, and the Bills are somehow averaging 5.28 yards per carry.
The Bears have traded offensive guard Ryan Groy to the Patriots, sources told NFL Network.
Groy, a two-year veteran, appeared in four games for Chicago last season.
The Bears re-signed long snapper Jeremy Cain and also filled their 10-man practice squad, signing receivers Josh Bellamy and Rashad Ross, center Taylor Boggs, defensive tackles Brandon Dunn and Roy Philon, cornerbacks Isaiah Frey, Al Louis-Jean and Terrance Mitchell, guard Ryan Groy and linebacker DeDe Lattimore.
The Bears trimmed down their roster to 53 on Saturday, cutting the following players: WR Armanti Edwards, RB Jordan Lynch, TE Jeron Mastrud, OL Dennis Roland, OL Robert Turner, WR Josh Bellamy, C Taylor Boggs, DT Brandon Dunn, LB Jerry Franklin, G Ryan Groy, LB DeDe Lattimore, CB Al Louis-Jean, WR Dale Moss, DT Lee Pegues, DT Tracy Robertson, S Marcus Trice, WR Chris Williams, CB C.J. Wilson, OT Eben Britton, CB Kelvin Hayden, DE Austen Lane and S M.D. Jennings.
The Bears have announced the release of several players.
Included among them are guards Ryan Groy and Taylor Boggs, wide receivers Chris Williams and Dale Moss, linebacker DeDe Lattimore, defensive lineman Lee Pegues and safety Marcus Trice.