49ers Vs. Cardinals Injury Report: Carlos Rogers Gets Back To Practice

This is delayed from last night, but I thought I'd still get the injury report posted. For the 49ers, the only change saw cornerback Carlos Rogers go from a DNP to a limited participant in practice on Thursday. He was sidelined with a bruised knee issue on Wednesday, but the team does not think it will sideline him on Sunday.

The Arizona Cardinals will come at the teeth of the 49ers rush defense with a banged up Beanie Wells. When healthy, Wells has put up some very solid numbers. Unfortunately, now he is a bit inconsistent as he deals with knee and hamstring issues. He had a procedure done on his knee last year and it is still apparently bothering him to some extent. He has battled through it, but it has cost him what was looking to be a strong 2011. Barring any setback, Wells will surpass 1,000 yards rushing, but early wear and tear is costing him now.

The 49ers defense will be looking to extend their touchdown and 100-yard rushing streaks this week. Wells is dangerous no matter what, but we'll see what he can do with his leg issues.

49ers
Did Not Participate In Practice
LB Patrick Willis (hamstring)

Limited Participation In Practice
WR Braylon Edwards (knee)
CB Tarell Brown (ankle)
CB Carlos Rogers (knee)

Cardinals
Limited Participation In Practice
S Sean Considine (achilles)
TE Todd Heap (hamstring)
LB Joey Porter (knee)
S Kerry Rhodes (foot)
P Dave Zastudil (biceps)
RB Beanie Wells (knee, hamstring)

Full Participation In Practice
CB Michael Adams (hamstring)
DT Darnell Dockett (quadricep)

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