Carter (lower leg) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Stephen Czarda of the Redskins' official site reports.
Carter fractured his fibula late in Sunday's loss to the Chargers, bringing his season to an end. The special teams ace recorded seven tackles (four solo) in 13 games this year.
Carter will need surgery to fix the fractured fibula he suffered in Sunday's loss to the Chargers, Master Tesfatsion of The Washington Post reports.
Carter's 2017 season was likely over whether surgery was deemed necessary or not, but this all but confirms it. The Redskins' defense is unlikely to be affected in a major way, considering the 28-year-old mostly served as a special teams player.
Carter sustained a fractured fibula in Sunday's loss to the Chargers, Kimberley A. Martin of The Washington Post reports.
Carter suffered the injury in the second half and was ruled out shortly thereafter, and it would seem as though his 2017 season is over. The 28-year-old has only seven tackles on the season coming into Sunday, and has mostly been a special teams contributor for the Redskins.
Carter signed with the Redskins on Thursday.
A 2011 fifth-round selection, Carter has bounced around the league as a special teams contributor and depth linebacker, recording 26 tackles in 62 regular-season games. He'll likely be buried on the defensive depth chart in Washington, with special teams once again representing his best chance to contribute.
Carter (shoulder) will play in Week 17 against the Jaguars.
Carter entered Sunday a bit of a question mark, but got in limited practice sessions both Wednesday and Thursday. He's not a huge playmaker on defense, so his presence on the field shouldn't make a major impact.
Carter (shoulder) is questionable to play in Sunday's game versus the Jaguars.
Despite being limited in practice Wednesday and Thursday, Carter elevated to full-participant status Friday. Thus, barring any sort of setback between now and kickoff, he should ultimately be cleared to play.
Carter (shoulder) has been ruled out for Saturday's game against the Raiders.
Carter's absence likely won't have much of an impact on the Colts' defense, while Erik Walden and Robert Mathis continue to start at outside linebacker.
Carter (hamstring) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
Signed three weeks ago, Carter was inactive during his first game with the Colts prior to the team's Week 10 bye. However, his complete practice Wednesday suggests he is ready to make his debut in Indianapolis.
Carter (hamstring) will not play Sunday against the Packers, Stephen Holder of the Indy Star reports.
Carter signed on with the Colts in late October but will have to wait another week to make his debut with the team.
Carter was released by the Ravens on Wednesday, CSN Mid-Atlantic reports.
Carter, a reserve linebacker, has tallied just two tackles on the season. His release clears room for the addition of ex-Dolphins OL Billy Turner.
Carter passed his concussion protocol Thursday, and will return to the game, Jeff Zrebiec of the Baltimore Sun reports.
Carter originally appeared shaken up, and went with the trainers to undergo concussion tests. He has apparently passed them as he is back on the sideline with his helmet on. The 27-year-old figures to add depth to the Ravens linebacker corps this season.
Carter left Thursday's preseason opener to undergo concussion protocol.
The sixth year Fresno State product currently projects as the third strongside linebacker on the Ravens depth chart. If he did indeed suffer a concussion, don't expect him back on the field until all of his symptoms have passed.
Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green (biceps) is active for Sunday's regular-season finale agains the Steelers after being listed as probable on the final injury report for Week 17.
The Bengals will also have five other probable players active for the game, including guard Clint Boling (illness), kicker Mike Nugent (illness), defensive end Wallace Gilberry (hamstring), linebacker Chris Carter (knee) and cornerback Darqueze Dennard (shin).
Four of the team's six questionable players are also active in Week 17, including cornerbacks Adam Jones (illness) and Chris Lewis-Harris (illness), safety Reggie Nelson (illness) and linebacker Emmanuel Lamur (hamstring).
Cincinnati is a 3 1/2-point underdog in Pittsburgh in Week 17.
The Bengals have listed 12 players on its final injury report for Week 17 at Pittsburgh -- six were ruled questionable, while the other six were labeled probable.
Cornerback Adam Jones (illness), linebacker Emmanuel Lamur (hamstring), cornerback Chris Lewis-Harris (illness), safety Reggie Nelson (illness), cornerback Terence Newman (illness) and wide receiver James Wright (knee) were deemed questionable.
Meanwhile, the following players were designated as probable: Guard Clint Boling (illness), cornerback Chris Carter (knee), cornerback Darqueze Dennard (shin), defensive end Wallace Gilberry (hamstring), wide receiver A.J. Green (biceps) and kicker Mike Nugent (illness).
Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict will miss Week 14 against the Steelers as he continues to recover from a knee injury. Burfict has only played five games this year.
Other inactives for the Bengals include WR Dane Sanzenbacher, CB Chris Lewis-Harris , LB Chris Carter, T Tanner Hawkinson, WR James Wright and DE Margus Hunt.
The Bengals have signed linebacker Chris Carter, who formerly played for Pittsburgh and Indianapolis.
Carter did not play for the Colts this season after participating in 16 for the Steelers in the last three years combined.
The Colts announced Monday they signed linebacker Victor Butler. To clear a roster spot, linebacker Chris Carter was waived.
The following players have been ruled inactive for the Colts in Week 5 against the Ravens: Jalil Brown, Chris Carter, Khaled Holmes, Jamon Meredith, Kelcy Quarles, Jack Mewhort and Arthur Jones.
The Colts have listed WR Da'Rick Rogers, LB Jerrell Freeman, LB Chris Carter, OL Lance Louis, C Khaled Holmes, OL Joe Reitz and DL Arthur Jones as inactive Week 3 against the Jaguars.
Both Freeman and Jones had been ruled out prior to the final report being released. Holmes was considered probable, while Jones was listed as questionable. The other three players are healthy scratches.
The Colts declared these players inactive for Monday night's game against the Eagles: linebacker Jerrell Freeman (hamstring), centers Khaled Holmes (ankle) and Jonotthan Harrison, wideout Da'Rick Rogers, linebacker Chris Carter, guard Joe Reitz and running back Dion Lewis.