On Thursday, it will be the one-year anniversary of Cannon joining Houston. The Texans acquired the lineman from the Patriots (along with a fifth- and sixth-round pick) for a fourth- and sixth-round pick. Cannon started the first four games for the Texans, getting in 88 percent of the team’s offensive...
The Texans have cut veteran offensive tackle Marcus Cannon, a person with knowledge of the situation said Monday. Cannon, 33, was a logical cap casualty, since the Texans will save $5.2 million in cap savings and won’t take on any dead money hits by releasing him. The Texans appeared...
Cannon was cut by the Texans on Monday, Brooks Kubena of the Houston Chronicle reports. Cannon had a brief and injury-marred tenure with the Texans after being traded from New England in March 2021. He managed to start only four games prior to a back injury ending his campaign, and he'll now look for another opportunity around the league.
Three-time Super Bowl champion Marcus Cannon is reportedly done for the season with his new team. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported Sunday that the 33-year-old Cannon, who was placed on injured reserve last week, had back surgery that will require 12 weeks of recovery -- almost certainly ending his first season with the Houston Texans prematurely.
The Texans recently placed OL Marcus Cannon on IR, and as Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reports, the 33-year-old blocker will require back surgery. Cannon is expected to be out for about 12 weeks, and if that timeline holds, Cannon’s season will be over (assuming Houston doesn’t qualify for the playoffs). NFL reporter Aaron Wilson reports that Cannon is dealing with a herniated disc.
Houston Texans right tackle Marcus Cannon will miss the remainder of the season after undergoing back surgery, the NFL Network
According to Ian Rapoport, Texans OT Marcus Cannon had back surgery recently and is looking at a 12-week absence. Rapoport says that timeline will probably knock Cannon out for the rest of the season. He had been starting at right tackle for the Texans. Cannon was already on injured reserve,...
Texans starting right tackle Marcus Cannon underwent back surgery and will be out for the rest of the season, a person with knowledge of the injury confirmed Sunday. The surgery, first reported by NFL.com’s Ian Rapoport, means the Texans will be relying on backups for several weeks at both tackle spots on the offensive line. Cannon was placed on injured reserve Oct. 9, and Charlie Heck has since started in Cannon’s place.
Cannon (back) recently underwent surgery recently to address a herniated disc and will be sidelined for approximately 12 weeks, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Cannon was placed on injured reserve with the back issue prior to the Texans' Week 5 matchup. Given his timeline after surgery, he's unlikely to return this season. Charlie Heck should serve as the starting left tackle in Cannon's absence.
Houston Texans right tackle Marcus Cannon will miss the remainder of the season after undergoing back surgery, the NFL Network reported on Sunday. Charlie Heck replaced Cannon in the lineup after the latter was placed on injured reserve on Oct. 9. Cannon, 33, spent his first nine NFL seasons with...
HOUSTON - The Houston Texans are guardedly optimistic that veteran wide receiver Danny Amendola could return this week from a strained hamstring that has sidelined him for three consecutive games. The Woodlands graduate and former Texas Tech standout returned to practice last week on a limited basis and was listed...
Texans coach David Culley said he’s “not real sure yet” of the severity of starting left tackle Laremy Tunsil’s thumb injury. Tunsil suffered the injury during the second quarter of Houston’s 25-22 loss against the Patriots, and he was scheduled to have an MRI on his thumb Monday. “We’ll have...