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49ers-Chiefs Super Bowl LIV Injury Report: Tevin Coleman’s progress encouraging, listed as ‘questionable’

Jan 24, 2020 at 3:06 PM--


The San Francisco 49ers are preparing for their Super Bowl LIV contest against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, February 2, at Hard Rock Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. The team returned to the practice field on Friday afternoon and will board a plane for Miami on Sunday.

There are a lot of eyes on running back Tevin Coleman, who suffered a dislocated shoulder during Sunday's win over the Green Bay Packers. He was on the practice field on Thursday as players stretched but then moved to a side field once drills started.

The good news is that Coleman was suited up, which is encouraging with the Super Bowl just nine days way. Head coach Kyle Shanahan said on Friday that Coleman's MRI earlier in the week had positive results.


If the 49ers played a game on Sunday, Coleman would be "questionable."

Wide receiver Dante Pettis was absent during Thursday's practice due to an illness but rejoined his teammates on Friday. He was a full practice participant.

Linebacker Kwon Alexander and safety Jaquiski Tartt continue to practice in blue no-contact jerseys. Both, along with defensive end Dee Ford, were limited.

Below are the official injury reports for the 49ers and Chiefs, which were provided by the 49ers Communications staff. Also included are this week's practice participation reports.

San Francisco 49ers


Note: The 49ers did not practice on Wednesday. What is shown below is an estimation of what participation would have been for a full practice on Wednesday.

Player Injury Wed* Thu Fri Game Status
Kwon Alexander pectoral LP LP LP
Tevin Coleman shoulder DNP DNP DNP Questionable
Dee Ford quadricep/hamstring LP LP LP
Dre Greenlaw ankle FP FP FP
Jaquiski Tartt ribs LP LP LP
Dante Pettis illness - DNP FP

Kansas City Chiefs


Player Injury Wed Thu Fri Game Status
Demarcus Robinson illness DNP FP FP
Chris Jones calf LP LP LP Questionable
Travis Kelce knee LP DNP LP
Mecole Hardman back FP FP FP
Morris Claiborne shoulder FP FP FP
Tanoh Kpassagnon hand FP FP FP
Austin Reiter wrist FP FP FP
Jordan Lucas illness DNP DNP DNP Questionable

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





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