The San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs square off in the 2020 Super Bowl on Sunday, and both are as healthy as they’re going to get at this point. The two teams released their final injury reports and neither have a player given a final injury designation.
In years past the NFL had a “probably” designation for players that had a 75 percent chance or better of playing. They’ve removed that and so we see nobody on the final report.
The most notable 49er not showing up is running back Tevin Coleman. He dislocated his shoulder just under two weeks ago and was a DNP last week in bye week practices. He was listed as limited all three days this week, along with linebacker Kwon Alexander (pectoral) and safety Jaquiski Tartt (ribs). Kyle Shanahan is not playing any games with this in terms of trying to keep the Chiefs on their toes.
The Chiefs had some questions heading into the AFC Championship Game, and had limited players during the bye week. This week, all four injured players — DT Chris Jones (calf), TE Travis Kelce (knee), C Austin Reiter (wrist), TE Deon Yelder (Achilles) — were listed as full all three days of the week.
You can’t ask for much more heading into the Super Bowl. Both teams have dealt with their share of injuries this year, but with the big game at hand, they’re in solid shape.