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49ers-Packers Injury Report: Everyone “full-go,” says Kyle Shanahan

Jan 17, 2020 at 1:39 PM--

The San Francisco 49ers are preparing for the NFC Championship Game against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. On Friday, the team held its final full practices this week.

When head coach Kyle Shanahan stepped up to the podium to speak with reporters after Friday's practice, he had no injuries to report and said everyone is "full-go."

Tight end George Kittle, who appeared on this week's practice reports with an ankle injury, sat out Wednesday but has been a full participant during the two days that followed. He will play on Sunday against the Packers; not that there was much doubt about that.

Linebacker Kwon Alexander was limited on Friday and practiced in a blue no-contact jersey.

Defensive end Dee Ford, who was limited on Thursday, was a full participant on Friday.

Below are the official injury reports for the 49ers and Packers. Also included are this week's practice participation reports.

San Francisco 49ers

Player Injury Wed Thu Fri Game Status
Kwon Alexander pectoral LP LP LP -
Tevin Coleman elbow FP FP FP -
Dee Ford quadricep, hamstring DNP LP FP -
George Kittle ankle DNP FP FP -
Raheem Mostert calf FP FP FP -

Green Bay Packers

Player Injury Wed Thu Fri Game Status
Geronimo Allison illness DNP LP FP -
Adrian Amos chest FP FP FP -
Bryan Bulaga NIR LP FP FP -
Kenny Clark back LP LP FP -
Jimmy Graham NIR DNP LP LP -
Ryan Grant NIR (personal) DNP FP FP -
Allen Lazard ankle LP LP FP -
Marcedes Lewis NIR LP LP LP -
Blake Martinez hand FP FP FP -
Preston Smith ankle LP LP LP -
Billy Turner ankle LP FP FP -
Danny Vitale knee LP LP LP Questionable
Tramon Williams NIR LP LP LP -

DNP - Did not participate in practice
LP - Limited participation in practice
FP - Full participation
NIR - Not injury related

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