Culliver sustained a torn ACL and MCL during Thursday's practice, bringing his season to an end, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Washington made a splash in the offseason, inking Culliver to a four-year contract, but a one-game suspension and knee injury limited him to 16 tackles and no interceptions in six appearances. A shoulder injury resulted in no practice Wednesday, and in his return Thursday, he suffered the knee ligament tears on an attempted leap. With a lengthy rehab process on tap, he may be in danger of missing most of the 2016 season as well.
Culliver (knee) is active for Sunday's game at New England. While Culliver is present for the first time since Week 4, the discomfort in his knee could place a damper on his ability to remain on the field, though his IDP prospects don't inspire confidence, as he managed just six tackles (five solo) in the three outings in which he was active this season.
Culliver will try to play through his knee injury Sunday against the Patriots, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. DeAngelo Hall (toe) is not expected to play, though even with the potential for more playing time, Culliver remains a fairly limited IDP option, particularly playing through an injury.
Culliver (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Patriots. The Redskins may get both Culliver and DeAngelo Hall (toe) back from injuries, after Bashaud Breeland and Will Blackmon handled the outside cornerback spots the past few weeks. Hall is the most appealing IDP candidate of the bunch, as Culliver has never reached 50 tackles in a season.
Culliver (knee) participated in individual drills Wednesday, the Washington Post reports. Culliver has missed the last three games with knee inflammation. There is a chance he could play this weekend against the Patriots.