Two of three practices are in the book in advance of Saturday night's NFC Divisional matchup against the San Francisco 49ers. The first injury report for the playoff game was released after practice today. A couple of pass catchers are on the list including Randall Cobb who never made it to the practice field. Cobb was sent home with the same flu like symptoms that have caught up to several other players over the past couple of weeks. Jordy Nelson took the day off working through a lingering ankle injury. Jermichael Finley was a full participant with a tight hamstring and Jarrett Boykin did not work with an ankle injury suffered in the regular season finale at the Metrodome. Also on the list is Alex Green with a knee injury and fellow running back James Starks coming back from a knee sprain. Both were full participants. Clay Matthews was limited with a sore knee but it will take a calvary to keep him off the field this weekend. Dezmon Moses was limited with a sore knee, Jerron McMillian missed work with a non-football related absence. He's due back tomorrow. Rookie Jerel Worthy's season ending knee injury from the Vikings game in Minnesota has him out for the duration.
On the link below, we'll take you inside the locker room to hear from Mike McCarthy on a slight adjustment to the post season practice schedule, Aaron Rodgers on hitting the road and several players who are getting tired about the prevailing opinion that San Francisco is the more physical team.