No. A rollover is not a contribution.
Delete the 1099-R you entered and re-enter.
When you will get the screen that asks what you did with the money say it was "moved" and all rolled over.
That will put the 1099-R box 1 amount on the 1040 form line 4a with the word ROLLOVER next to it.
Generally, there are no tax implications if you complete a direct rollover and the assets go directly from your employer-sponsored plan into a Rollover or Traditional IRA via a trustee-to-trustee transfer.
Revisit the 1099-R interview in TurboTax and double check that you did not roll it over to a Roth IRA.
However, there is a IRA one-rollover-per-year rule which you should be aware of.
You can transfer a rollover IRA to another traditional IRA but you can't do it immediately. Federal IRA rules say that once you roll over assets from account A to account B, you cannot transfer the money from account B for another 12 months.
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Trustee-to-trustee transfers between IRAs, which is probably what happened here, are not limited to one per year.
You have to tell TurboTax you rolled it over even though everybody knows Code G is a Rollover.