San Francisco 49ers’ Carlos Rogers (22) breaks up a pass intended for New Orleans Saints’ wide receiver Adrian Arrington (87) in the NFC
San Francisco 49ers' Carlos Rogers (22) breaks up a pass intended for New Orleans Saints' wide receiver Adrian Arrington (87) in the NFC divisional playoff game in the third quarter at Candlestick Park in San Francisco, Calif. on Saturday, Jan. 14, 2012. (Nhat V. Meyer/Staff) (Nhat V. Meyer)

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Cornerback Carlos Rogers won't play in the 49ers' divisional playoff game because of a two-week-old hamstring strain.

Rogers, who was declared inactive Sunday, also missed the 49ers' wild-card win last Sunday at Green Bay, where the 49ers relied on the cornerback trio of Tramaine Brock, Tarell Brown and Perrish Cox.

Also inactive for the 49ers are wideout Jon Baldwin, guards Ryan Seymour and Joe Looney, tight end Derrick Carrier, defensive tackle Quinton Dial and linebacker Nick Moody.

Defensive lineman Demarcus Dobbs will suit up despite being limited by shoulder and knee injuries in practice, as will linebacker Dan Skuta (foot).

Panthers wideout Steve Smith is active and will play despite spraining his left knee two weeks ago.

Running back Jonathan Stewart (knee) will not suit up for the Panthers, nor will wideouts Tavarres King and Marvin McNutt, cornerback Dan Connor, offensive lineman Travis Bond and defensive end Wes Horton.

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