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Lee agreed to a one-year contract to remain with the Cardinals on Tuesday, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.
Lee will return for his fifth season with the team and his 18th campaign overall. The 38-year-old will look to bounce back after averaging only 44.8 yards per punt last year, his lowest mark since 2006.
Lee (hip) is active for Sunday's game against the Giants, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Lee has been nursing a hip injury since late September, but he'll now manage to suit up for a third consecutive contest. He'll handle punting duties and hold on field goals. as per usual.
Lee (hip) is active for Sunday's game against the Falcons.
Lee's practice status was monitored all week, but he'll be counted on Sunday to win the field position battle against the Falcons.
Lee (hip) is active for Sunday's game against the Bengals, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Lee missed last week's game due to his hip injury and it appears he may not be over the issue quite yet. Ryan Winslow, who handled the punting duties last week, is also active. If Lee's hip is still bothering him, he may just hold on field goals for Zane Gonzalez and cede the punting job to Winslow for the day.
Lee (hip) is officially listed as inactive for Sunday's tilt against the Seahawks, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.
Lee came into the game questionable after he suffered a hip flexor injury making a tackle in last week's loss to the Panthers. With Lee officially sidelined, Ryan Winslow will be the team's punter for Week 4.
Lee (hip) is listed as questionable for Sunday's matchup with the Seahawks, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.
Lee sustained a hip flexor while making a tackle in last week's loss to the Panthers. He was unable to practice all week and is looking like a true game-time decision. Kicker Zane Gonzalez punted in his absence after he got hurt, but the recently signed Ryan Winslow would presumably take over the role should he ultimately be unable to go.
Lee (hip) didn't practice Wednesday, Kyle Odegard reports.
Lee picked up a hip flexor injury while making a tackle during Sunday's loss to the Panthers. In Lee's absence, kicker Zane Gonzalez punted twice, but another internal option is Ryan Winslow, whom the Cardinals signed to the practice squad Monday. Lee's status will be clarified about 90 minutes before this Sunday's 4:05 p.m. ET kickoff.
Lee injured his hip flexor while making a tackle in Sunday's matchup with the Panthers, Kyle Odegard of the Cardinals' official site reports. He left the game but doesn't believe the injury is too serious.
Lee will hope to heal up in time to take on the Seahawks in Week 4. Whether or not Arizona brings in any outside punting help this week should serve as an indicator about Lee's chances of suiting up.
Lee inked a two-year extension with the Cardinals on Thursday, Kyle Odegard of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Lee signed his original deal with the Cardinals last September, but his newest contract will keep him in the desert through the 2020 season. The veteran averaged 47.3 yards per punt with a net average of 39.7 yards per boot last season, downing 29 of 88 inside the 20-yard line.
The Cardinals signed Lee to their roster Monday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official website reports.
After 11 seasons with the Niners, Lee spent his previous two with both the Browns and Panthers. He failed to win the punting battle with the Bengals during training camp, but the Cardinals were in need at the position. The veteran will now begin his 14th season in Arizona.
Lee was released by the Bengals on Saturday, Joseph Person of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Lee was competing with Michael Palardy for the team's punter role, but ultimately lost the battle. Palardy replaced Lee in the latter portion of last season after he went down with a hamstring injury. Lee's hamstring continued to be a problem during camp, which likely played a factor in the team's decision.
Lee has fully recovered from his season-ending hamstring injury, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Lee pulled his hamstring in mid-November and was placed on injured reserve shortly thereafter. Assuming he endures no further health complications during training camp or the preseason, Lee, a former Pro Bowler, will assume punting duties for the Panthers in 2017.
Lee (hamstring) expects to make a full recovery in advance of the 2017 season, The Charlotte Observer reports.
Lee ended the season on injured reserve after pulling his hamstring in Week 10. The details surrounding his recovery haven't been released, but the veteran punter should resume punting in the spring and expects to be back in full form for the 2017 campaign.
Lee was placed on injured reserve Monday after pulling his hamstring during Sunday's loss to the Chiefs.
Acquired for a fourth-round pick and punter Kasey Redfern prior to the start of the regular season, Lee averaged a whopping 49.1 yards per punt prior to going down Sunday. With him sidelined, the Panthers re-signed punter Michael Palardy on Monday.
Lee injured his hamstring during Sunday's game against the Chiefs and is questionable to return, David Newton of ESPN.com reports.
Lee's injury leaves the Panthers short in the punting department, but he hasn't yet been ruled out for the remainder of the contest.
Lee has been traded to Carolina, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.
This marks the second time that Lee has been traded in the last two months. In early June, Lee was shipped to Cleveland by way of San Francisco. It's unclear why the Browns opted to part ways with Lee, but Browns coach Hue Jackson did publicly criticize Lee for what he deemed a lack of effort in the team's third preseason affair. Either way, Lee will now look to continue his history of success on one of the league's best teams.
The Browns have traded their seventh-round pick in 2017 to the 49ers for three-time Pro Bowl punter Andy Lee, the team announced on Saturday.
The team sent their seventh-round pick to the 49ers in order to secure Lee. In a corresponding move, the Browns released punter Spencer Lanning to make room on the roster for Lee.
“We’ve said all along that we are going to be deliberate in our pursuit to acquire talent that we feel can improve our roster,” Browns general manager Ray Farmer said. “Andy Lee has consistently been a top punter in this league. We are excited to be able to add a punter of his caliber to our team.
“We wish Spencer the best. He has done a solid job for our team and has also been an outstanding representative for our organization off the field.”
Lee has averaged at least 46.2 yards per punt in every season since 2007, peaking at 50.9 in 2011. He had served in that capacity with San Francisco for the last 11 years, but the team used a fifth-round selection in the 2015 draft to take Clemson punter Bradley Pinion, signaling the end of Lee's tenure with the 49ers.
“I'm excited about my new start and becoming a member of the Cleveland Browns,” Lee said. “I've heard so many good things about the city of Cleveland and the loyalty and passion of the fans from my former teammate Phil Dawson. I've also heard some very positive things about the type of organization and team the Browns are building so my family and I are very much looking forward to becoming a part of it.”
Six players were absent from the 49ers' OTA practice on Thursday, according to the San Jose Mercury News.
Those not present were wide receiver Anquan Boldin, fullback Bruce Miller, offensive linemen Alex Boone and Anthony Davis, punter Andy Lee and kicker Phil Dawson.
OTA practices are voluntary and players are not required to attend.
Linebacker NaVorro Bowman was also not present though he was given the day off by 49ers coach Jim Tomsula. Bowman missed the 2014 season after sustaining an ACL tear during the 2013 playoffs.
Several 49ers who were on the injury report are active for Monday's game in St. Louis. They include cornerback Chris Cook (quadriceps), defensive tackle Tony Jerod-Eddie (shoulder), punter Andy Lee (ankle), defensive tackle Ray McDonald (knee), linebacker Nick Moody (hamstring) and nose tackle Ian Williams (ankle).
The 49ers have listed six players as probable Week 6.
Chris Cook, Tony Jerod-Eddie, Andy Lee, Ray McDonald, Justin Smith and Ian Williams should all play against the Rams. Smith was listed as "not injury related," and should go.