Callahan finished the season with two interceptions along with a sack, a forced fumble and 25 tackles in 12 games.
Callahan picked off the first two passes of his career, but he averaged two tackles per game, and he provided very little fantasy production in most of his appearances. He'll be a restricted free agent this off-season, and unless he shows continued improvement as a playmaker, he'll be a weak fantasy option.
Callahan was inactive for Sunday's loss to the 49ers after being limited in practice last week, but he appears set to go for Week 14. The 26-year-old should return to his role as a nickel-and-dime package cornerback for the Bears.
Callahan is listed as inactive Sunday against the 49ers.
Callahan has been limited all week with a knee injury, and it looks like he didn't get quite enough reps in to warrant a spot on the active roster. Cre'Von LeBlanc avoided the inactive list despite an illness, so he'll be the top reserve cornerback behind Prince Amukamara and Kyle Fuller.
Callahan (knee) was a limited participant in Friday's practice and is questionable for Sunday's game against the 49ers.
Callahan is in danger of missing his fourth consecutive game, which could leave the cornerbacks corps particularly thin if Cre'von Leblanc (illness) can't go either. If both players are unable to play, expect Marcus Cooper and Sherrick McManis to see an increase in defensive snaps.
Callahan (knee) is listed as inactive for Sunday's game against the Eagles, Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune reports.
Callahan will miss his third straight game since leaving the Week 8 game against the Saints. The third-year pro has been a solid rotational corner, and Cre'von Leblanc will continue to take over Callahan's duties Sunday.
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