Skipper (undisclosed) was waived from IR with an injury settlement Monday per the NFL's official transaction log.
The Lions originally waived Skipper during final roster cuts, and he ultimately went unclaimed. As a result, he subsequently reverted to the team's IR. Now that he and the team have reached an injury settlement, he will be able to look for a new landing spot once his health is back up to par.
Skipper (undisclosed) reverted to injured reserve Sunday, per the league's official transactions report.
Skipper went unclaimed after the Lions waived him with an injury designation Saturday.
Skipper was promoted to the Lions' 53-man roster Saturday.
Skipper has been on Detroit's practice squad since being waived toward the end of November, but he'll now rejoin the active roster. The 25-year-old provides depth at offensive tackle with Rick Wagner (knee) sidelined this week.
Skipper has been waived by the Lions.
Skipper only spent nine days in Detroit. He became redundant with Rick Wagner (concussion) nearing a return.
The Lions claimed Skipper off waivers from the Texans on Tuesday.
The Lions may immediately deploy Skipper as their starting right tackle if Rick Wagner (concussion) is ruled out. If Wagner clears the league's concussion protocol in time, Skipper will serve as a backup.
Skipper was let go by the Texans on Monday.
Skipper was signed off the Patriots' practice squad in October but only saw extensive playing time in Week 7 against the Colts, when he struggled in pass protection.
Skipper has signed a contract with the Texans, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.
Skipper had been on New England's practice squad when the Texans dangled a spot on their active roster. The 6-foot-10, 325-pound tackle will provide insurance while starting right tackle Tytus Howard is sidelined with a partially torn medial collateral ligament.
Skipper signed a futures contract with New England on Tuesday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Skipper spent a week on the Lions' active roster in the middle of the season and ended the year on New England's practice squad. He'll look to earn a backup role along the offensive line for the Patriots in 2019.
Skipper has been waived by the Lions, CBS Detroit reports.
Skipper was promoted from the practice squad in order to provide depth at tackle for last Sunday's loss to the Steelers. His release opens up a roster spot for guard Don Barclay.
Skipper was signed from the Lions' practice squad to the active roster Thursday.
Skipper's promotion comes with the Lions dealing with a banged-up offensive line, and he'll likely be used as nothing more than a depth option up front.