Larsen reverted back to Tampa Bay's practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.
Larsen was bumped up to the active roster for Sunday's Super Bowl. He was active for each one of his squad's postseason contests in 2020, serving mainly as depth on the offensive line.
Larsen was promoted to the Buccaneers' active roster Saturday, Scott Smith of the team's official site reports.
The veteran offensive lineman will have a chance to garner active status for Sunday's Super Bowl LV matchup against the Chiefs and offer some depth to the Buccaneers' offensive line. Smith notes Tampa Bay is only carrying seven offensive lineman on its active roster, and Larsen's ability to play guard could well enable him to don a uniform versus Kansas City. The 11-year pro has been active for all three of the team's postseason games to date and saw action in the wild-card and divisional-round wins against Washington and the Saints, respectively.
The Buccaneers elevated Larsen (knee) to the active roster Friday, Scott Smith of the team's official site reports.
Larsen is no longer dealing with the knee injury that held him back last year. He'll add depth on the team's offensive line as the Buccaneers make a playoff push.
Larsen (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Saints.
Larsen missed a game with the injury but got a bye week to recover and put in two limited practices this week before turning in a full one Friday. If he returns, he'll back up Cody Whitehair and Kyle Long at guard.
Larsen (knee) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Raiders.
Larsen isn't traveling with the team to London as he works to recover from a knee injury suffered Week 4. His absence is a blow to Chicago's depth along the offensive line.
Larsen (knee) is questionable to return to Sunday's game versus the Vikings, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports.
Larsen started at right guard since Kyle Long (hip) was inactive. With both players hurting, the team may bump over Cornelius Lucas from his normal tackle position.
Larsen signed a one-year contract with the Bears on Wednesday, Larry Mayer of the team's official site reports.
Larsen started 13 games at left guard with the Dolphins last season. He'll now return to Chicago, where he started all 16 games in 2016 while helping pave the way for Jordan Howard to rush for 1,313 yards.
Larsen was released by the Dolphins on Thursday, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
Larsen was one of the team's most unreliable offensive linemen last season and his release nets over $2 million in cap relief.
Larsen is active for Sunday's game against the Colts.
Larsen missed Week 10 with a neck issue but is ready to go after getting a bye week to recover. His return is boon to the Dolphins' offense.
Larsen (neck) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Packers, Adam H. Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
Larsen played through the neck injury in Week 9 against the Texans but may have aggravated the issue along the way. He wasn't able to advance beyond limited participation in practice and will be sidelined for the first time all season.
Larsen (neck) is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Packers.
Larsen continues to nurse a neck injury sustained during a Week 8 loss to the Texans. It appears likely that the Dolphins will take a cautious approach to Larsen's health and elect to rest him heading into their bye week. If Larsen remains sidelined for any amount of time, Wesley Johnson is expected to draw the start at left guard.
Larsen (neck) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
Larsen exited Miami's loss to the Texans in Week 8 during the third quarter but appears to have fully recovered from his neck injury. The left guard appears on track for Sunday's game against the Jets.
Larsen is questionable to return to Thursday's game against the Texans with an arm injury.
Larsen exited the game in the third quarter. Wesley Johnson could be called upon to fill in at left guard as long as Larsen is out.
Larsen (biceps) is officially active for Monday night's game against the Panthers.
Larsen was activated off injured reserve Saturday after returning to practice last week. The 30-year-old is expected to start at left guard for the Dolphins.
The Dolphins activated Larsen (biceps) off injured reserve Saturday, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports.
Larsen tore his bicep over the summer and was designated to return from IR earlier this week, allowing him to practice. The 30-year-old should provide some much needed help to the Dolphins' struggling offensive line, but it's unclear if he will immediately slide into a starting role against the Raiders on Sunday.
Larsen (biceps) was designated for return from injured reserve Tuesday, Alain Poupart of the Dolphins' official website reports.
Larsen, who has been on injured reserve all season, will have three weeks to be activated from the IR-R. The veteran guard is in his first season with the Dolphins.
Larsen (biceps) was placed on IR/designated to return list Saturday and is expected to be practicing by Week 6 and game-ready by Week 8, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Larsen, an eight-year veteran, tore his biceps during practice in early August. The team will certainly miss his presence, as he was a candidate to start at guard.
Larsen (biceps) is expected to return to action at some point this season, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.
Larsen tore his biceps during practice Thursday but isn't expected to miss the entire 2017 season. Coach Adam Gase stated that this is an injury that in past years would've kept the player out for the year but with the rules in place now "we should have a chance to get him back." This does make it sound like Larsen will begin the season on injured reserve and be eligible to practice after six weeks and play in a game after eight weeks.
Larsen's arm injury is feared to be a torn biceps, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports.
Larsen, a candidate to start at guard for the Dolphins, could miss multiple weeks of the regular season if he did suffer a torn biceps. He's undergoing tests and the team should know soon how long the veteran lineman will be out.
Cardinals offensive lineman Mike Iupati (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the 49ers, Mark Dalton of the Cardinals' official site reports.
After undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery on Aug. 20, Iupati will wait another week to make his Cardinals debut. In his place, Ted Larsen will again start at left guard.