Washington cornerback Chris Culliver had his felony charge for possession of brass knuckles reduced to a misdemeanor on Tuesday, according to a San Jose Mercury News report.
San Jose police arrested Culliver back on March 28 in a hit-and-run collision involving Culliver's white Ford Mustang with a man a riding a bicycle near Tully Road and South Seventh Street.
Officers recovered brass knuckles, a hand-held weapon that is a felony to possess in California, from inside Culliver's car.
Superior Court Judge Shelyna Brown reduced the charges based on Culliver's lack of a criminal history.
The ex-49er still faces one count of misdemeanor hit-and-run.
Culliver signed a four-year contract with Washington this offseason.