Cannon is opting out of the 2020 NFL season, ESPN's Mike Reiss reports.
Treated for non-Hodgkins lymphoma nine years ago, Cannon presumably qualifies for the high-risk opt-out stipend of $350,000. The 32-year-old has made 69 regular-season starts for New England, including 15 at right tackle last season. Potential replacements on the current roster include Korey Cunningham and Yodny Cajuste.
Cannon (ankle) does not carry an injury designation for Saturday's playoff contest against the Titans.
Cannon was a full participant in Thursday's practice. He's on track to draw his usual start at right tackle during Saturday's wild-card clash.
Cannon (ankle) was limited in practice Tuesday.
Cannon logged a full week of limited practices and wore the questionable tag before playing every offensive snap in Sunday's loss to Miami. He'll most likely follow a similar regimen while he manages the injury leading up to Saturday's Wild Card showdown with the Titans.
Cannon suffered an ankle injury during Saturday's win over the Bills, Doug Kyed of NESN.com reports.
Cannon went down with the ankle injury and was unable to return. Marshall Newhouse filled in at right tackle for the Patriots.
Cannon (illness) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
Cannon was a late addition to the injury report with the ailment, but won't be forced to miss time. Now that he's officially healthy enough to play, expect Cannon to resume his usual role as the team's starting right tackle.
The Patriots have labeled Cannon (illness) as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.
It is the second time in the last month that Cannon has been added to the injury report due to an illness. He was able to play through it two weeks ago in the Patriots' victory over the Cowboys, but it remains to be seen if he will be able to do so again this week. Korey Cunningham is in line to replace him at right tackle should Cannon be unable to go.
Cannon (illness) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Cowboys.
Cannon was a late add to the injury report Saturday as he picked up an illness ahead of the game. As evidenced by this news, the veteran was able to shake off the ailment and will operate as the team's starting right tackle for the game.
Cannon was a late addition to the Patriots' final injury report ahead of Sunday's game against the Cowboys due to an illness.
Cannon was limited at Friday's practice and will presumably be a game-time decision Sunday. Korey Cunningham would presumably be in line to replace Cannon at right tackle if he ends up being unable to give it a go.
Cannon (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game against the Jets.
Cannon appears to have recovered from the shoulder injury he sustained during New England's season opener versus Pittsburgh. He'll draw his usual start at right tackle.
Cannon (shoulder) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Jets, Nick Underhill of The Athletic reports.
Cannon is managing a shoulder issue suffered Week 1 versus the Steelers. If he's unable to suit up Sunday, expect Korey Cunningham to draw another start at right tackle.
Cannon (shoulder) won't play in Sunday's game against Miami.
Cannon injured his shoulder against the Steelers in Week 1 and was limited in practice throughout the week with the issue. Korey Cunningham is expected to draw the start at right tackle with Cannon sidelined.
Cannon (shoulder) is officially listed as questionable, but is not expected to play in Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Cannon suffered a shoulder injury in the Patriots' season-opening win over the Steelers. He was subsequently limited in practice throughout the week. It looks like the Patriots are leaning toward exercising caution with their starting right tackle. Assuming he is ultimately ruled out, Korey Cunningham is expected to fill in for him.
Cannon (shoulder) is listed as questionable for Sunday's matchup with Miami.
Cannon was limited in practice each day this week. The 31-year-old sustained the injury in last Sunday's season-opening rout of the Steelers and the team doesn't believe it to be a long-term issue. If Cannon can't suit up Sunday, Jermaine Eluemunor and Korey Cunningham are each candidates to fill in at right tackle.
Cannon (shoulder) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports.
Cannon's injury isn't expected to be long-term, and Wednesday's appearance at practice confirms that. It's still unclear if he'll be ready for Sunday's game versus the Dolphins, and either Jermaine Eluemunor or Korey Cunningham will fill in at right tackle if he can't go.
Cannon's shoulder injury isn't believed to be season-ending or long-term in nature, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Cannon suffered the injury in the fourth quarter of Sunday's 33-3 rout over the Steelers when he fell hard on his shoulder. While the 31-year-old's recovering from the issue, Jermaine Eluemunor and Korey Cunningham are each candidates to fill in at right tackle.
Cannon was seen with his left arm in a sling after Sunday's win over the Steelers, Michael Giardi of NFL Network reports.
Cannon was spotted on the Patriots' sideline holding his left arm, and it looks like it could be something fairly serious. Expect an update on Cannon's health to come in the next couple of days.
Cannon (concussion) is active for Sunday's game against the Packers.
Cannon missed the last two games with the concussion but was given the questionable tag after being a limited practice participant this week. The 30-year-old should take over starting duties at right tackle for the Patriots.
Cannon (concussion) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bills.
Cannon will miss his second straight game while nursing a concussion sustained during a win over the Chiefs in Week 7. LaAdrian Waddle is expected to slot into New England's starting lineup at the right tackle position.
Cannon (concussion) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Cannon continues to nurse a concussion suffered during New England's win over the Chiefs in Week 6. It remains to be seen whether Cannon will clear the league's concussion protocol in time to suit up for Monday's game against the Bills. LaAdrian Waddle would slot into the starting right guard role if Cannon is unable to go.
Cannon (head) is ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bears, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Cannon's lack of availability was expected given his lack of participation in practice this week. LaAdrian Waddle will slot into the starting right guard role as long as Cannon remains sidelined.