Full practice Wednesday

Garoppolo (thumb) practiced fully Wednesday, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Since sitting out Week 17 due to a sprained thumb on his throwing hand, Garoppolo has led the 49ers to three consecutive wins, but he was banged up in the team's playoff opener at Dallas, emerging with a right shoulder sprain that affected his practices reps last week. He isn't being listed with the second injury on this week's practice report, and neither issue is affecting his activity level on the field. Garoppolo, who will face the Rams for a third time this season Sunday in the NFC Championship Game, totaled 498 passing yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions between the first two meetings with Los Angeles.

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