Here's the rest of Wednesday's injury news:
1. Kansas City Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe has been cleared to play in Saturday's wild-card matchup against the Indianapolis Colts after missing the regular-season finale with a concussion, per The Kansas City Star. Bowe's presence, in theory, should help an Alex Smith-led passing game that ranks 29th in the NFL with a lowly 6.5 yards per attempt.
2. The news is less promising for Chiefs starting right tackle Eric Fisher, who didn't practice Wednesday after suffering a groin injury in Tuesday's session, and might not play against Indy, according to ESPN.com.
4. The Philadelphia Eagles didn't have safety Earl Wolff on Wednesday because of the knee injury he's been dealing with for much of the season. Wolff still thinks he can play in the team's wild-card clash Saturday versus the New Orleans Saints, per Les Bowen of the Philadelphia Daily News.
5. For New England, guard Logan Mankins (ankle), cornerback Alfonzo Dennard (knee, shoulder) and receivers Aaron Dobson (foot) and Josh Boyce (ankle) all missed practice, according to the Boston Herald. Good thing the Patriots have a bye week to get healthy.
6. The Cincinnati Bengals announced that A.J. Green didn't practice Wednesday, but it sounds like he's just resting ahead of Sunday's wild-card showdown with the San Diego Chargers. More concerning, tight end Tyler Eifert (shoulder) didn't return to work.
7. How far have we come in Green Bay? Aaron Rodgers isn't even listed on Wednesday's injury report, according to ESPN.com's Rob Demovsky. "Aaron Rodgers and Randall Cobb look great (and) feel great," Packers coach Mike McCarthy said Wednesday. "I have no worries about those two."
9. One day after Carlos Rogers promised he'd be ready for Sunday, 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh said Wednesday the cornerback's sore hamstring was "better," per CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco. Rogers missed Wednesday's practice, however. Defensive tackle Justin Smith also did not participate in practice, but it's normal for the veteran to rest during the week.
10. San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews (ankle) and wide receiver Eddie Royal (toe) did not practice Wednesday, per XEPRS-AM's Marty Caswell. Both players were held out merely as a precautionary measure and are expected to play against the Bengals.