NFC Championship 2013: 49ers vs. Falcons inactives

Joel Auerbach

The Falcons and 49ers will be without some key performers in their NFC Championship Game showdown.

As the Atlanta Falcons and San Francisco 49ers ready for their showdown in the NFC Championship Game, a few key performers on both squads will be unable to hit the field on Sunday and will be inactive for the game.

The Falcons' inactives include defensive tackle Travian Robertson and quarterback Dominique Davis. Falcons wide receiver Tim Toone and guards Phillipkeith Manley and Harland Gunn will also be unavailable.


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Among the Falcons that spent the better part of the week on the injury report, both Falcons defensive end John Abraham and defensive tackle Jonathan Babineaux are active for Sunday's game. Both were limited throughout the week and were listed as questionable for the game. Cornerback Chris Owens is also active after being limited on Wednesday and Thursday.

The biggest news out of the 49ers' inactives report is that wide receiver Michael Crabtree is active for the NFC title game.

49ers quarterback Scott Tolzien is inactive, and is joined by defensive tackle Tony Jerod-Eddie, guard Joe Looney and safety Trenton Robinson, among others.

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