SEATTLE (AP) - San Francisco cornerback Carlos Rogers is active for Sunday's NFC championship game after missing the past two games with a right hamstring injury.

Rogers and fullback Will Tukuafu (knee) were both listed as questionable on the final injury report, but both were active for the game against Seattle. With Rogers able to go, backup cornerback Eric Wright was inactive.

Seattle made a surprise move with offensive lineman Michael Bowie being a healthy scratch after starting at left guard last week against New Orleans in the divisional playoff game. With Bowie out, either James Carpenter or Paul McQuistan will start at left guard. The team did not announce a replacement starter.

Percy Harvin was already ruled out for Seattle with a concussion suffered last week against New Orleans.

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