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49ers announce 7 inactives vs. Packers; Dre Greenlaw set to play

Jan 20, 2024 at 3:48 PM


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The San Francisco 49ers have released the list of inactive players for their Divisional Playoff matchup at home against the Green Bay Packers. These seven players will not suit up for the game.

Inactives:


On Thursday, the 49ers listed one player, linebacker Dre Greenlaw, as "questionable." He is active. Greenlaw was limited throughout the week in practice as he dealt with Achilles tendinitis.


The 49ers made several roster moves just hours before kickoff, announcing the elevations of two defensive linemen, Alex Barrett and T.Y. McGill, from the practice squad, making them available to play against the Packers. However, both were listed among the inactive players.

San Francisco had already declared defensive end Clelin Ferrell out of the lineup due to a knee injury. Although the team had initially hoped for his return during the postseason, they opted to end Ferrell's season by placing him on the injured reserve list.

The 49ers activated safety George Odum from the injured reserve list in a corresponding roster move. Odum had suffered a torn biceps on November 23. He is active.

Defensive tackle Arik Armstead, who has not appeared in a game since December 3 due to foot and knee injuries, is set to play.



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