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Both the Green Bay Packers and the San Francisco 49ers are relatively healthy heading into their playoff game in Candlestick Park.
The Green Bay Packers will travel to San Francisco to take on the 49ers on Saturday night for their Divisional Round matchup, and both teams are relatively healthy heading into the game as the big-named players on both sides are probable.
For the Packers, wide receiver Jarrett Boykin and defensive end Jerel Worthy are both ruled out, suffering from ankle and knee injuries respectively. However, Randall Cobb, Jermichael Finley, Clay Matthews, Jordy Nelson and James Starks are all listed as probable. Boykin was the only player held out of practice on Friday while all others were full participants.
For the 49ers, there are no players ruled out of Sunday's game. Linebacker Navorro Bowman, safety Dashon Goldson, guard Mike Iupati, cornerback Carlos Rogers, linebacker Aldon Smith, defensive tackle Justin Smith and linebacker Patrick Willis are all listed as probable. Goldson, Aldon Smith and Justin Smith were limited in practice on Friday, along with a few others, but the rest of the players practiced fully.
The Packers and Niners are set for kickoff at 8 p.m. ET Saturday night, and the game will be broadcast nationally on Fox.