Packers vs. 49ers injuries George Kittle

  • was an unexpected absence when the released in preparation for Sunday's NFC Championship Game against the .Kittle, the 49ers' All-Pro tight end, is dealing with " " following the team's divisional round playoff win over the , according to ESPN's Nick Wagoner. Kittle's injury is not expected to keep him out of Sunday's game. Another 49er that was absent from Wednesday's practice was defensive lineman , who is currently dealing with a quad/hamstring injury. Like Kittle, Ford, who mi sed five regular season games due to injury, is expected to be active for Sunday's game.49ers linebacker (pec) was limited during Wednesday's practice, while running backs (elbow) and (calf) were both listed as full participants. The duo of Coleman and Mostert combined to rush for 163 yards and two touchdowns on 34 carries in San Francisco's 27-10 win over the Vikings, with Coleman leading the way with 105 yards and two scores on 34 carries.For the Packers, an illne s sidelined receiver . Tight end and cornerback received veterans rest days, while receiver mi sed practice with a non-injured related designation. Receiver , who temporarily left Sunday's divisional round win over the with an ankle injury, was limited on Wednesday. Linebacker and lineman were also limited with ankle injuries, while fullback was limited with a knee injury. Tackle (veteran rest), tight end (veteran rest) and defensive lineman (back) were also limited. Safety (chest) was a full participant on Wednesday, along with linebacker , who is dealing with a hand injury.The return of Bulaga is a welcome site for the Packers after the veteran lineman was forced to mi s last Sunday 's game due to an illne s. Bulaga, who mi sed Green Bay's regular season lo s to the 49ers with a hand injury, is expected to play in Sunday's game. "It was super-unfortunate timing," Bulaga said on Wednesday , via Bill Huber. "I woke up at 3 a.m. on Sunday and it was downhill from there. It sucked to mi s that one. It looked fun watching it from the inside the training room. But, unfortunately, we did everything we po sibly could to try to get my body back for the game and it just wasn't happening. Went through a lot of IVs. I wasn't able to eat anything. It just wasn't po sible."

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