The Jets recently worked out free agent OT Marcus McNeill.
Free agent LT Marcus McNeill has decided to retire from football.
NFL teams are reportedly doing "increasingly more due diligence" on free agent LT Marcus McNeill's health.
Michael Gehlken of the Union-Tribune San Diego confirms free agent OT Marcus McNeill is "very unlikely" to return to the Chargers.
The Eagles have "reached out" to free agent OT Marcus McNeill after losing Jason Peters to a torn Achilles' tendon.
Free agent LT Marcus McNeill has visits lined up with the Falcons and Chiefs.
Free agent LT Marcus McNeill will visit the Lions on Thursday.
The player rep for free agent LT Marcus McNeill insists his client is fully healthy despite McNeill's inability to pass the Chargers' exit physical.
Chargers released LT Marcus McNeill.
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution believes the Falcons could be a potential landing spot for LT Marcus McNeill if the Chargers release him this offseason.
The Chargers are expected to waive LT Marcus McNeill to clear $10 million in salary cap space.
Chargers LT Marcus McNeill (injured reserve, neck) says he has no plans to retire.
Chargers placed LT Marcus McNeill (neck) on injured reserve, ending his season.
The San Diego Union-Tribune reports that Chargers LT Marcus McNeill is in danger of missing the rest of the season with a neck injury.