49ers vs. Packers 2014 injury report: Clay Matthews out; Carlos Rogers questionable

Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

49ers blogger David Fucillo says he would be surprised if Rogers is available for the team on Sunday.

The hamstring injuries suffered by San Francisco 49ers cornerbacks Carlos Rogers and Eric Wright have both listed as questionable for Sunday. While Wright has a solid chance of playing, David Fucillo of SB Nation's 49ers blog, Niners Nation, said he "would be surprised if Rogers could go."

With Aaron Rodgers back in the lineup for the Packers and a dangerous receiving corps, including Randall Cobb who recently returned from injury, the 49ers will likely have to rely on Tarell Brown and Tramaine Brock to hold down the starting cornerback spots for the team.

The biggest loss for the Packers is linebacker Clay Matthews, who is out after undergoing a second surgery on his thumb. The remainder of the Packers roster, including Eddie Lacy and Nick Perry, is expected to be ready for Sunday.

The full injury report for both teams is below:

49ers Injury Report

Questionable

CB Carlos Rogers (hamstring)
LB Dan Skuta (foot)
CB Eric Wright (hamstring)

Probable

WR Jon Baldwin (illness)
LB Navorro Bowman (wrist)
CB Tarell Brown (ribs)
WR Michael Crabtree (quadricep)
C Jonathan Goodwin (non injury related)
RB Frank Gore (knee)
G Mike Iupati (knee)
DT Justin Smith (shoulder)

Packers Injury Report

Out

LB Clay Matthews (thumb)

Probable

LB Brad Jones (ankle)
RB Eddie Lacy (ankle)
DE/LB Mike Neal (abdomen)
LB Nick Perry (foot)
DT Ryan Pickett (knee)

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