Boone (calf) signed with the Seahawks' practice squad Wednesday, Joe Fann of NBC Sports Northwest reports.
Boone declared in March that he would return to football having not played in a game since 2017. The move was delayed because of the pandemic, but he's officially back with the Seahawks. The 33-year-old will add depth on the offensive line as the team pushes for the playoffs.
Boone (calf) is expected to sign a contract with the Seahawks' practice squad, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Boone hasn't played in the NFL since 2017 due to the calf injury, but if COVID-19 testing goes well, he'll make his return to football. The Ohio State product, now 33 years old, will return in a reserve role.
Boone (calf) announced that he'll resume his NFL career in 2020, SKOR North reports.
Boone hasn't played since the 2017 season, which ended with a calf injury, but he believes he's ready to return to football. He'll be 33 years old when the 2020 season starts, so expect him to seek a reserve role.
Boone exited Sunday's 26-24 win over the Seahawks with a calf injury, Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports.
Earl Watford stepped in at left guard in Boone's absence. Boone will have plenty of time to heal up with the Cardinals' 2017 season now over.
Boone (chest) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Boone missed two straight games with a strained pectoral and finished this week with a full practice to avoid the questionable tag.
Boone (chest) is inactive for Sunday's game against Philadelphia, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Boone will miss his second straight game after straining his pectoral muscle. He did show improvement in practice this week, so Boone could be trending toward a return to action in Week 6 against the Buccaneers. Earl Watford will draw the start at left guard in Boone's stead.
Boone (chest) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.
After Boone came out of the Cardinals' Week 3 loss to the Cowboys with a pectoral strain, it was expected that he'd miss at least two games, but the veteran guard has shown some progress this week in practicing on a limited basis three times, including Friday. According to Mike Jurecki of Arizona Sports 98.7 FM, Boone's availability for Sunday will come down to a game-time decision, so further word on his status should arrive shortly before the 1:00 p.m. EDT kickoff. If Boone can't go, Earl Watford would likely start at right guard in his stead.
Boone (pectoral) is not expected to return to the field until at least Week 6.
With fellow guard Mike Iupati expected to miss extended time, the Cardinals' interior-line depth is thin. Look for Daniel Munyer to see an increased workload while Boone is sidelined.
Boone suffered a pec strain in Monday's loss to the Cowboys and will have an MRI on Tuesday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Boone suffered the injury on the final Arizona possession, but there likely won't be an update on his timetable until after his MRI. Expect an update by Wednesday on Boone's status heading into Week 4.
Boone suffered an undisclosed injury on the Cardinals' final possession of their loss Monday to the Cowboys, Kent Somers of The Arizona Republic reports.
Quarterback Carson Palmer revealed in his post-game press conference that the guard was hurting late in Monday's contest. There likely won't be an update on Boone until after he's updated Tuesday, but for the time being, his status looks to be up in the air for Sunday's game against the 49ers.
Boone signed a one-year contract with the Cardinals on Tuesday, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.
Boone, who the Vikings cut over the weekend after he refused to take a pay cut, will provide the Cardinals with depth at guard and could even challenge for a first-string gig. Over his previous eight seasons in the league, the Ohio State product has started 73 games for the 49ers and Vikings.
49ers offensive lineman Alex Boone is expected to switch from right guard to left guard for the upcoming season, the veteran said per ESPN.com. He will replace three-time Pro Bowler Mike Iupati at the position.
"It's great," Boone said. "It's different, obviously, [after] playing next to Anthony [Davis] all those years, now you move over play next to Joe [Staley]. Both great tackles. Footwork's a little diferent, handwork is a little different, but at the end of the day it’s come along real well."
49ers right guard Alex Boone will report to the team's mandatory minicamp on Tuesday, the Sacramento Bee reported, citing a league source.
Boone is looking for a new contract and has skipped the voluntary portion of the team's offseason workouts. He was reportedly in town on Monday and would attend the three-day minicamp.
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.
49ers right guard Alex Boone plans to skip all voluntary offseason activities, according to a report from CSN Bay Area. Boone missed this week's 3-day minicamp.
Boone is scheduled to make $3.4 million in 2015, but he's seeking an extension.
Reportedly, Boone doesn't plan to skip training camp, but he would welcome a trade.
49ers guard Alex Boone and defensive back Raymond Ventrone on injured reserve and signed wide receiver Trindon Holliday and cornerback Cameron Fuller to their active roster.
Ventrone only played eight games this season for San Francisco and recorded just three tackles.
Holliday was waived in Week 9 from the Buccaneers to promote Marcus Thigpen.
49ers guard Alex Boone, who missed most of camp in a contract holdout, played just four snaps in the opener at Dallas. The San Francisco Chronicle expects Boone to start Sunday against the Bears.
Replacement Joe Looney and the rest of the offensive line played well in Boone's absence as San Fran averaged 5.1 yards per carry and allowed one sack.
49ers starting guard Alex Boone will end his holdout and report to the team in the next 24 hours, reports ESPN's Adam Schefter. Boone will get a reworked two-year deal, and the team won't be allowed to put the franchise tag on him when it expires, the report said.
The 49ers' front office reached out recently to holdout Alex Boone, but the team's starting right guard "remains resolute in his stance," reports the Sacramento Bee. Boone signed his current contract in 2011 and now ranks 43rd in the NFL in average salary for guards, the paper said.
He's been a starter since the start of the 2012 season.
49ers guard Joe Looney is working with the first team while Alex Boone holds out for a better contract. According to CSNBayArea.com, Looney's performance could affect how the team handles Boone's holdout.
"I’m approaching training camp as a time to compete and get better, and I want to show the coaches I’m getting better every day," Looney said. "Alex Boone is a hell of a player and a hell of a guy, and him being gone is his business. But watching him on film every day, I want to come in and do a hell of a job like he does."
Coach Jim Harbaugh praised Looney's performance so far.