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49ers show clean slate of health for NFC Championship vs. Packers

Jan 19, 2020 at 2:17 PM--



The San Francisco 49ers didn't have any players on their injury report just ahead of the 2020 NFC Championship game against the visiting Green Bay Packers, and the list of head coach Kyle Shanahan's inactive players for the bout pretty much reflected what most already know.

The Niners are completely healthy for this playoff contest. As far as those not suiting up for the game:


Tight end George Kittle was on the report earlier with a minor ankle injury, yet he was fully cleared by the end of the week. Other than that, Shanahan and Co. look to have a fully good-to-go roster in the game which will determine which NFC squad plays in Super Bowl LIV.

San Francisco and Green Bay kick off from Levi's Stadium at 6:40 p.m. ET.
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