Culliver was released by the Dolphins on Saturday, ESPN reports. Culliver was just recently activated off Miami's PUP list but didn't suit up for his first game back, last Sunday against the Chargers. Assuming his knee injury isn't an issue anymore, don't be surprised if Culliver latches on with another organization before season's end.
Culliver (knee) is listed as inactive for Sunday's contest against the Chargers. Culliver was recently activated by the Dolphins off the PUP list, but still isn't quite ready for a return to game action. His next opportunity to play will come in Week 11 versus the Rams.
Culliver (knee) may not play Sunday in San Diego, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports. Culliver has been activated from the PUP list and is practicing but the Dolphins brass doesn't believe he is ready for game action at this point in time. He is still rusty after not playing or practicing for months and isn't expected to play versus San Diego unless he improves greatly Friday.
Culliver (knee) was activated to the 53-man roster Monday, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports. Culliver is expected to see his first action of the season Sunday in San Diego. He will help make up for the loss of Reshad Jones who is out for the season with a shoulder injury.
Culliver (knee) will not be activated to the 53-man roster for Sunday's tilt with the Jets, barring a major turnaround, Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald reports. "He's not totally ready to play an NFL game yet," Dolphins defensive coordinator Vance Joseph said. Culliver is practicing for the second straight week, leaving him just one more week to be activated to the active roster. Joseph said the safety will be closer to playing in Week 10's tilt with the Chargers, although nothing is for certain at this point. Expect Tony Lippett and Byron Maxwell to continue to start at cornerback this week.