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Rogers questionable, Crabtree probable for NFC title game

Rogers questionable, Crabtree probable for NFC title game

San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Michael Crabtree (15) and quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) Photo: Associated Press/AP Photo/David Goldman

 

 

Santa Clara, CA (SportsNetwork.com) – The San Francisco 49ers listed

cornerback Carlos Rogers questionable and wide receiver Michael Crabtree as

probable on Friday’s injury report ahead of the NFC Championship game with the

Seattle Seahawks.

 

Rogers, who has been dealing with a hamstring injury which has kept him out of

two consecutive playoff victories, took limited reps on all three practice

days this week.

 

Running back Will Tukuafu (knee) was also limited this week and listed as

questionable.

 

Crabtree’s wrist injury allowed him to participate fully in practice on all

three days.

 

Linebacker NaVorro Bowman (wrist), linebacker Ahmad Brooks (illness),

defensive end DeMarcus Dobbs (knee/shoulder), center Jonathan Goodwin (foot),

running back Frank Gore (knee), linebacker Dan Skuta (foot) and defensive

tackle Justin Smith (shoulder) are also probable.

 

01/17 19:34:53 ET

 

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01-17-2014 16:36:42

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