Justin Smith probable: 49ers vs. Packers injury report

After missing the final two games of the regular season, Justin Smith is set to return for the 49ers’ playoff game against the Packers on Saturday.

The Pro Bowl defensive end partially tore his triceps muscle against the Patriots in Week 15 and (perhaps begrudgingly) sat out the next two games. Smith returned to practice last week with a brace wrapped around his left arm and is listed as probable for the Packers game.

It’s still unclear, however, how much Smith will play or how effective he will be or if he will be as frightening as this kid.

By way of CSN, here’s the full injury report for both teams:


LB Navorro Bowman (shoulder)
CB Tarell Brown (shoulder)
TE Garrett Celek (foot)
S Dashon Goldson (shoulder)
LB Tavares Gooden (ribs)
LB Clark Haggans (shoulder)
G Mike Iupati (shoulder)
RB Bruce Miller (shoulder)
CB Carlos Rogers (knee)
LB Aldon Smith (shoulder)
DT Justin Smith (elbow, triceps)
DT Will Tukuafu (neck)
LB Patrick Willis (shoulder)


WR Jarrett Boykin (ankle)
DE Jerel Worthy (knee)

WR Randall Cobb (illness)
TE Jermichael Finley (hamstring)
RB Alex Green (knee)
LB Clay Matthews (knee)
LB Dezman Moses (hamstring)
WR Jordy Nelson (ankle)
RB James Starks (knee)

[kudos, CSNBA]

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