While the 49ers hope that the hamstring injury suffered by 49ers cornerback Carlos Rogers won’t be as bad as they feared it would be, he continues to be unable to practice.
Rogers, who suffered the strain late in Sunday’s win over the Cardinals, hasn’t practiced on Wednesday or Thursday.
He’s the only 49ers player who didn’t practice three days before the team’s wild-card game at Lambeau Field.
Cornerback Eric Wright was limited with a hamstring injury, a day after not being on the injury report. Linebacker Dan Skuta (foot) also was limited, with a foot injury.
Seven 49ers appeared on the injury list as fully participating: receiver Jon Baldwin (illness), linebacker NaVorro Bowman (wrist), cornerback Tarell Brown (ribs), running back Frank Gore (knee), guard Mike Iupati (knee), and defensive tackle Justin Smith (shoulder).