Oher (concussion) was released with a failed physical designation by the Panthers on Thursday, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.
Oher missed the Panthers' last 13 games of the 2016 season under the league's concussion protocol, and the issues have lingered into the offseason. The Panthers signed former Viking Matt Kalil to start at left tackle in 2017, while Oher will look to get back to full health before potentially catching on with another team.
Oher (concussion) plans on reporting to training camp in late July, David Newton of ESPN.com reports.
Oher has been subject to the league's concussion protocol since September of 2016, missing the Panthers' final 13 games of the season as a result. He reported to the team's mandatory minicamp in June, but was unable to participate due to the concussion protocol. With Oher's future uncertain in Carolina, Daryl Williams and rookie Taylor Morton figure to compete for playing time at right tackle throughout the rest of the offseason, while newcomer Matt Kalil is slated to start at left tackle.
Oher (concussion) is not a lock to be ready in time for June's mandatory minicamp, Joseph Person of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Oher has been under the league's concussion protocol for eight months, and, despite being an active participant in offseason workouts earlier in the spring, has not been present at OTAs. However, there haven't been any signs he's legitimately considering ending his career.
Panthers left tackle Michael Oher thinks he's in the perfect place for his career to bounce back, per the Charlotte Observer.
Oher, who is coming off his worst season as a pro, signed a two-year, $7 million deal with the Panthers this offseason. Now on his third team in three years, Oher doesn't want to let any of his new teammates down.
“It seemed like they wanted me,” Oher said. “I got the (same) feeling going into my rookie year of not wanting to let guys down and guys with a winning culture. For me, it’s about getting back to the basics and fundamentals of doing everything right. Looking myself in the mirror knowing what I have to do and getting better from within.”
“It’s definitely about culture in the NFL. That wins you football games alone.”
The Panthers brought in left tackle Michael Oher on a two-year deal to shore up a shaky offensive line, but Oher himself has been shaky the last several seasons, putting the onus on the former Raven and Titan to produce, coach Ron Rivera told ESPN.com.
"Michael's shown up and come in here and worked very hard," Rivera said. "He's done a great job. I get the reports and look at the reports and look at what he's done. Everything he's done is telling us he wants to do the things he's done in the past.
Oher started 16 games for the Ravens when they won the Super Bowl in 2012, but his stint in Tennessee produced some poor numbers, and the Titans waived him after the 2014 season.
The Panthers have signed offensive tackle Michael Oher to a two-year contract on Friday, per the team's official website. Financial terms of the deal were not made public.
Oher will be replacing Byron Bell, who won't be re-signed by Carolina this offseason. Oher spent the 2014 season with the Titans after signing a four-year, $20 million deal. However, Oher did not live up to expectations and was placed on injured reserve with a toe injury after Tennessee's first 11 games.
The 28-year-old spent his first five seasons with the Ravens, starting 80 consecutive games before he switched clubs. He was waived-injured by the Titans earlier this offseason. Carolina will be the third team he's played for in his seven years.
Offensive tackle Michael Oher visited the Panthers recently, according to The Baltimore Sun's Aaron Wilson.
Oher spent the 2014 season with the Titans after signing a four-year, $20 million deal. However, Oher did not live up to expectations and was placed on injured reserve with a toe injury after Tennessee's first 11 games.
Oher was waived-injured by the Titans earlier this offseason.
Oher spent his first five NFL seasons with the Ravens before signing with the Titans.
The Titans have waived offensive tackle Michael Oher, the organization announced on Thursday.
Oher signed a four-year, $20 million deal last March that included $9.35 million guaranteed. He struggled at right tackle for the Titans throughout the 2014 season, which ended due on injured reserve due to a toe injury.
The Titans were scheduled to owe him $4 million in 2015 if he was on the roster.
Oher was selected in the first round by the Ravens in the 2009 NFL draft.
Titans offensive lineman Michael Oher, who was placed on injured reserve Saturday, will have toe surgery Wednesday, coach Ken Whisenhunt announced Monday. Whisenhunt said Oher has some arthritis in his toe.
The Titans made a couple of roster moves prior to their Week 15 matchup against the Jets, per the Tennessean. The team placed offensive tackle Michael Oher (toe) on season-ending injured reserve and activated defensive back Khalid Wooten from practice squad.
Titans wide receiver Kendall Wright, who did not practice Friday, is listed as questionable for Sunday against the Jets. Wright cracked a bone in his hand against the Giants in Week 14 and is considering playing with a splint on his injured hand.
The following players are also listed as questionable for Sunday: Michael Griffin, Daimion Stafford, Byron Stingily and Kamerion Wimbley.
Tennessee also lists tackles Taylor Lewan and Michael Oher as doubtful and quarterback Zach Mettenberger as out.
Titans wide receiver Kendall Wright, running back Shonn Greene, defensive back Jemea Thomas, tackle Michael Oher, tackle Taylor Lewan, defensive lineman DaQuan Jones and linebacker Kamerion Wimbley were ruled inactive Week 14 vs. N.Y. Giants.
The Titans have ruled out outside linebacker Kamerion Wimbley (hamstring) for Sunday's contest against the Giants. Wimbley was the only players ruled out for the game, while defensive back Marqueston Huff (hamstring) and guard Chance Warmack (ankle) were the only players designated as probable.
Meanwhile, offensive tackle Taylor Lewan (ankle), quarterback Zach Mettenberger (shoulder), tackle Michael Oher (toe), cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson (back) and wide receiver Kendall Wright (hand) were all deemed as questionable.
Titans running backs Dexter McCluster (concussion) and Leon Washington (hamstring) are active for the game at Houston after being listed on the injury report. Tennessee also will have safety Michael Griffin (shoulder), right tackle Michael Oher (toe) and cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson (back) available.
Eight Titans have landed on their injury report for the Sunday game in Houston, but only linebacker Kamerion Wimbley (hamstring) has been ruled out. The others are at least questionable.
Placed in that category are safety Michael Griffin (shoulder), defensive back Marqueston Huff (hamstring) and tackles Taylor Lewan (ankle) and Michael Oher (toe). Neither tackle has practiced this week.
The probables are running backs Dexter McCluster (concussion) and Leon Washington (hamstring), as well as cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson (back).
Titans left tackle Taylor Lewan (ankle) and right tackle Michael Oher (toe) missed practice for a second straight day Thursday, reports The Tennessean. Coach Ken Whisenhunt told the paper he's still hopeful they'll progress in time to play Sunday at Houston.
The Tennessean reports that Lewan will likely be the top reserve behind Roos and right tackle Michael Oher. It adds that "more than likely, Lewan is going to be a backup in 2014."
But TitansInsider.com reports that with Lewan in the fold, there is talk the Titans might move Roos. He is set to make $6.625 million this year and was paid a $1 million roster bonus last month.
The report adds that moving on from Roos would not cost the Titans anything cap wise since he is in the last year of his deal. But talk of the move is just speculation for now.
With the No. 11 pick in the NFL Draft, the Titans selected offensive tackle Taylor Lewan from Michigan.
Lewan is 6-foot-7, 309 pounds, and he played 50 games at left tackle with 48 starts for the Wolverines. He was a defensive lineman until his senior year in high school.
The Titans could use Lewan at either left or right tackle. They signed Michael Oher to play right tackle, and Michael Roos is currently at left tackle.
The Titans have agreed to terms on a four-year deal with Ravens offensive lineman Michael Oher on Friday, according to The Tennessean. Oher, who was born in Memphis, Tenn., has spent the first five seasons of his career with the Ravens.
Free agent offensive tackle Michael Oher is visiting the Titans on Friday, reports ESPN.
Oher, who was born in Memphis, Tenn., has spent the first five seasons of his career with the Ravens.