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This is a 2015 photo of Rob Daniel of the Oakland Raiders NFL football team. Daniel signed with Green Bay in September and was promoted to the Packers' active roster on Friday.

Former BYU cornerback Robertson Daniel could make his NFL debut in the playoffs.

The rookie was promoted from Green Bay's practice squad to the active roster on Friday, a move in conjunction with the team putting tight end Andrew Quarless on injured reserve.

The Packers play at Arizona on Saturday in an NFC divisional playoff matchup, after Green Bay beat Washington 35-18 in the wild-card round. The game will kick off at 6:15 p.m. MST at University of Phoenix Stadium and will be televised on NBC.

Daniel signed to the Packers' practice squad on Sept. 7 and has spent the season there with Green Bay. He signed with Oakland as an undrafted free agent in May and played in two preseason games for the Raiders, registering one tackle.

Daniel will wear No. 31 for Green Bay.

The 6-foot-1, 210-pound corner joined the BYU program in 2014 as a junior college transfer. During his two seasons with the Cougars, he played in 25 games and had 110 tackles, three interceptions, 23 pass breakups, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and one sack.

Daniel is one of seven cornerbacks on the Packers' active roster, behind rookies Quentin Rollins and Damarious Randall, who both started vs. the Redskins, and fourth-year veteran Casey Hayward. The team's most veteran cornerback, Sam Shields, has not played since Week 14 after suffering a concussion and is questionable against Arizona.

Daniel will be face a BYU teammate this weekend. Former Cougar linebacker Alani Fua is a rookie with the Cardinals and, like Daniel, signed as an undrafted free agent.

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