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CB Carlos Rogers inactive for 49ers

Jan. 5, 2014
 
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb (18) stretches the ball to score on a 5-yard touchdown reception against San Francisco 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers (22) during the first quarter of their Sept. 8 game in San Francisco. Rogers missed Sunday's NFC wild-card playoff game with a hamstring injury.
Green Bay Packers wide receiver Randall Cobb (18) stretches the ball to score on a 5-yard touchdown reception against San Francisco 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers (22) during the first quarter of their Sept. 8 game in San Francisco. Rogers missed Sunday's NFC wild-card playoff game with a hamstring injury. / File/AP

The Green Bay Packers went with two quarterbacks and three outside linebackers for Sunday's NFC wild-card playoff game against San Francisco, while starting cornerback Carlos Rogers was inactive for the 49ers.

Inactive for the Packers today were quarterback Scott Tolzien, and outside linebackers Clay Matthews and Nate Palmer. That left Aaron Rodgers and Matt Flynn as the quarterbacks, and Nick Perry, Mike Neal and Andy Mulumba as outside linebackers.

Other inactives for the Packers were receiver Chris Harper, cornerback Jumal Rolle and offensive linemen Lane Taylor and JC Tretter. That meant both Jerel Worthy and C.J. Wilson were active on the defensive line.

For the 49ers, Rogers was out with a hamstring injury, but backup Eric Wright was active despite dealing with a hamstring injury during the week. Trumaine Brock was expected to start for Rogers, with Wright as the nickel back.

Other inactives for San Francisco were tight end Derek Carrier, linebacker Nick Moody, guard Ryan Seymour, defensive tackle Quinton Dial, guard Joe Looney and wide receiver Jon Baldwin.

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