Callahan was limited to just 11 games last season due to a combination of hamstring, knee and head injuries but still set career highs in tackles (32) and passes defended (5). While it isn't clear if he's recovered from the hamstring injury that prevented him from taking part in the season finale, there doesn't appear to be any concern over his availability for the offseason program.
This will be the second missed game for Callahan over the team's last three, although the other absence was due to a knee issue, rather than his current hamstring injury. Deiondre' Hall and Sherrick McManis are the top candidates for added playing time in the absence of Callahan.
Callahan (hamstring) is questionable for Saturday's game against Minnesota.
Callahan had been dealing with a knee injury prior to last week's game against Washington and he appears to have since tweaked his hamstring. Deiondre' Hall and Sherrick McManis will likely see some added time if Callahan is held out.
Callahan (knee) is listed as active for Saturday's game against the Redskins.
Callahan figures to draw the start at cornerback opposite Tracy Porter, and he'll likely see plenty of reps with Cre'von LeBlanc (knee) sidelined.
Callahan (knee) is inactive Sunday against the Packers, Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Callahan was limited in practice throughout the week and will ultimately spend Sunday on the sidelines. Look for Cre'von Leblanc and Deiondre' Hall to see expanded roles Sunday as they fill in for the starter.