Schwartz (knee) returned to Sunday's game against the Titans, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports.
Schwartz only missed a few drives before resuming his role at right tackle.
Schwartz was forced out of Sunday's game against the Titans with a knee injury.
The Chiefs' offensive front is in rough shape. It entered the game without Eric Fisher (sports hernia) and Laurent Duvernay-Tardif (ankle), and now it's missing Schwartz and Martinas Rankin (knee). Stefen Wisniewski or Andrew Wylie will likely bump to right tackle in the meantime.
Schwartz (back) participated at Friday's practice, Brooke Pryor of The Kansas City Star reports.
Schwartz has been dealing with back spasms throughout the week, but he's good to go after a couple days off. The 30-year-old received a one-year, $11.26 million extension in June and will once again work as the Chiefs' starting right tackle following his first-team All-Pro campaign.
Schwartz (back) is absent from Wednesday's practice, BJ Kissel of the Chiefs' official site reports.
Schwartz is managing back spasms and is reportedly considered day-to-day. It doesn't appear that the Chiefs are concerned about an extended absence for Schwartz, but if he were to miss any time due to injury it would certainly impede Kansas City's offense as a whole. The 30-year-old offensive tackle signed a one-year, $11.26 million extension in June.
Schwartz is considered day-to-day with back spasms, but the situation isn't considered to be a concern, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Schwartz was forced to leave practice early Monday. It obviously bodes well that the team isn't concerned by the 30-year-old's situation, as his absence would impact the Kansas City offense as a whole to some degree. Schwartz was graded as Pro Football Focus' fourth-best tackle overall in 2018 and was one of only three tackles to receive top-10 grades in both pass and run blocking. The Chiefs signed Schwartz to a one-year, $11.26 million extension in June to lock him up through the 2021 season.
Schwartz agreed to a one-year, $11.26 million contract extension with the Chiefs on Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Schwartz bcomes the second-highest paid right tackle after a season in which he took home first-team All-Pro honors. He also graded out as Pro Football Focus' fourth-ranked tackle overall in 2018 and was one of only three tackles to receive top-10 grades in both pass and run blocking. Schwartz is now under contract with Kansas City through 2021. His continued presence will be good news for Patrick Mahomes, Damien Williams and the rest of the Chiefs offense.
Schwartz (knee) did not practice Wednesday.
Schwartz appears to have sustained a knee injury during Thursday's loss to the Chargers. If the starting right tackle were to miss any time, Andrew Wylie would likely slot into the starting lineup.
Schwartz (ankle) is active for Sunday's tilt with the Colts.
After being held out of practice on Wednesday and Thursday, the tackle will take the field on Sunday. Jah Reid will be waiting in the wings, should Schwartz be hampered by his ankle injury.
Schwartz (ankle) is questionable to play Sunday against the Colts.
Schwartz was held out of practice both Wednesday and Thursday, but was a full participant Friday. He appears to have favorable odds of suiting up.
One of the reasons Johnny Manziel was such a spectacular player in college was because he was able to extend a play and throw to a big receiver down the field. Landing with the Browns is a total win for Johnny Football because he'll have Josh Gordon, Jordan Cameron, Greg Little and Nate Burleson as down-field targets along with Andrew Hawkins as a quick, short-area weapon. Ben Tate rumbling in the backfield doesn't hurt either.
Another impressive factor is the Browns O-line, which has two studs in left tackle Joe Thomas and center Alex Mack. If the line can improve from last season (we're looking at you, Mitchell Schwartz), then Manziel will have time to make good throws.
Of all the places he could have gone in the draft, Cleveland's the best fit. Not only should he inject life into the franchise but he should end up starting in Week 1 against the Steelers. Expect Manziel to get taken late in every single seasonal draft as a combo backup Fantasy QB/sleeper who could get some serious trade value. He'll get picked in the middle rounds in dynasty/keeper leagues and should be considered a Top 5 choice in rookie-only drafts.
The Browns list a whopping 16 players on their Friday injury report, but half are probable for the Week 17 battle in Pittsburgh, including All-Pro tackle Joe Thomas (back). The other offensive players among them are running back <span data-shortcode="annotation" data-id="396170" data-text="Willis McGahee" data-canon="Willis McGahee" data-type="SPORTS_OBJECT_PLAYER" id="shortcode0"> (knee) and tackle Mitchell Schwartz (toe).
The four defensive probables are linebackers Paul Kruger (illness) and Tank Carder (shoulder), safety Jordan Poyer (toe) and safety T.J. Ward (shoulder, illness). Punter Spencer Lanning (knee) is also probable.
Browns tackle Mitchell Schwartz has been cleared for action Sunday against the Jets despite a toe ailment that had him deemed probable.
Browns cornerback Joe Haden (hip) and wide receiver Davone Bess (personal) are the lone questionables on the injury report released by the team on Friday.
The probables are linebackers Tank Carder (shoulder) and Eric Martin (illness), running back Willis McGahee (concussion, knee), defensive lineman Ahtyba Rubin (calf), tackles Mitchell Schwartz (toe) and Joe Thomas (back), punter Spencer Lanning (knee) and safety T.J. Ward (shoulder).
The Browns have listed six offensive players among their probables for the Sunday battle against the Bears, including premeir tackle Joe Thomas (back), backup quarterback Brandon Weeden (concussion) and top tight end Jordan Cameron (ribs).
The others are linemen Mitchell Schwartz (toe, knee) and Reid Fragel (illness) and tight end MarQueis Gray (hamstring).
A toe injury will not keep Browns tackle Mitchell Schwartz from playing Sunday against the Patriots. He was listed as probable.
Linebacker Craig Robertson was inactive the last two games with a knee injury, but he leads a short list of Browns listed as questionable for Sunday at New England and could make his return. The other questionables are fellow linebacker Tank Carder (shoulder) and tight end MarQueis Gray (hamstring).
Among the probables are linebacker Paul Kruger (finger), running back Willis McGahee (knee) and tackle Mitchell Schwartz (toe).
Browns tackle Mitchell Schwartz will suit up Sunday against Jacksonville despite a toe ailment that had him designated as probable.
Three Browns have been designated as questionable for Sunday against Jacksonville, but none are starters. They are offensive lineman Martin Wallace (illness), tight end MarQueis Gray (hamstring) and defensive lineman Armonty Bryant (back).
The probables are wide receiver Josh Cooper (illness), cornerback Buster Skrine (ribs), tackle Mitchell Schwartz (toe), running back Willis McGahee (knee), punter Spencer Lanning (knee) and linebacker Paul Kruger (finger).
The Browns are in good shape offensively as they prepare to host the visiting Steelers on Sunday. All but little-used tight end MarQueis Gray, who is out with a hamstring injury, are listed as probable.
The probables are running backs Fozzy Whittaker (ankle) and Willis McGahee (knee) and offensive linemen Jason Pinkston (ankle) and Mitchell Schwartz (toe). Punter Spencer Lanning (knee) has the same designation.