Culliver (undisclosed) was released off injured reserve by the Colts on Monday, Adam Caplan of Sirius XM Radio reports.
Culliver signed with the Colts on Aug. 21 and was placed on IR at roster cutdowns less than two weeks later with an undisclosed injury. The 29-year-old is now available to sign elsewhere, assuming he is healthy enough play.
Culliver signed a contract with the Colts on Monday.
Culliver has appeared in 52 career games (26 starts) with the 49ers and Redskins, totaling 137 tackles and seven picks along the way. Though he effectively missed the entire 2016 season with a knee injury, Culliver appears to be back at full health and should be given the opportunity to compete for a nickel or dime back role with the Colts' defense.
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 in 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.
Culliver (knee) said he feels ready to be added to the Dolphins' active roster, James Walker of ESPN.com reports.
Culliver remains on the Physically Unable to Perform list as he continues to rehab from a torn ACL and MCL he suffered last November. Nearly a year later, the cornerback feels ready to return to the field, although a final decision on when he can play will come from the coaching staff. If fully healed, Culliver could help the Dolphins' defensive backfield and would expect to compete for backup role behind starters Byron Maxwell and Tony Lippett.
Culliver (knee) is slated to practice for the first time this season on Wednesday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.
Culliver remains on the PUP list having torn his ACL in November of the 2015 season. He figures to compete for a starting spot upon his return to game action, barring any setbacks.
Culliver (ACL) believes he is ready to start practicing, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.
Culliver tore his ACL in November and is currently on the PUP. He believes that he is about at 90% strength. Due to NFL rules, however, he won't be able to practice with the team until after Week 6.
Culliver (knee) was placed on the PUP list after signing his one-year deal with the Dolphins on Tuesday, Tom D'Angelo of the Palm Beach Post reports.
Culliver suffered a torn ACL and MCL back in November and will continue to rehab with his new team during training camp. He is the fourth cornerback signed by the Dolphins since training camp began and he could battle for a starting position once fully healed.
Culliver (knee) signed a one-year deal worth up to $5 million with the Dolphins on Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Culliver tore his ACL and MCL during a November practice with the Redskins last season and was eventually released in May. He recently visited with the Cardinals, but ultimately did not get a deal with the team. The Dolphins appear to be high on the South Carolina product given the contract signing, but there is not a definitive timetable for Culliver's return to the field.
Culliver (knee) will visit the Cardinals and undergo a physical with the team Monday, NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports.
Culliver was released by the Redskins in May after tearing his ACL and MCL during a November practice, which limited him to just six games played last season. Despite his injury, the Cardinals are plenty familiar with Culliver from his time spent in the division with the 49ers, and Arizona has enjoyed some success with signing veteran free agents of late. As a result, Culliver's physical condition could determine whether the Cardinals make him an offer, as Arizona could use depth in a secondary that lost Jerraud Powers and Rashad Johnson this offseason.
Culliver (knee) was released by the Redskins on Monday.
Culliver signed a four-year, $32 million deal with the Redskins just last offseason, but made only six appearances for Washington prior to suffering a torn ACL and MCL during a November practice. Not only is Culliver a high-priced veteran coming off an injury, but the Redskins also drafted cornerback Kendall Fuller in the third round, and made a huge splash by adding All-Pro corner Josh Norman recently as well. Given those considerations, the 27-year-old Culliver was made expendable and will now look to land elsewhere prior to the season.
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.
Redskins cornerback Chris Culliver (knee) has been ruled out for the Week 7 clash against the Buccaneers.
The Tampa Bay passing game hasn't done much this season, but the matchup Sunday appears quite favorable for quarterback Jameis Winston against a battered Washington secondary.