The San Francisco 49ers' payroll department is going to have a lot of expense reports to go through after Super Bowl LIV. Of course, it might actually be there in Miami for the game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Cam Inman of Bay Area News Group reports that the 49ers are flying over 1,500 staff members and their spouses to Miami on multiple charter planes for Super Bowl LIV. Team CEO Jed York confirmed that on Friday.

"We're taking a lot of people," York told Inman. "We wanted to make sure that our entire staff had the opportunity to go — everybody from Kyle (Shanahan) and John (Lynch), all the way down to interns.

"Everyone's been a part of this, and we wanted to make sure they're there to help and also celebrate the moment that hopefully gets us over the hump."

This is the 49ers' seventh trip to a Super Bowl and the first since the 2012 season, and it would appear the team is opening up its wallet for the experience. 49ers players will board a Miami-bound plane on Sunday, a week before kicking off Super Bowl LIV against the Chiefs.



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