For the last time this season, the San Francisco 49ers practiced in Santa Clara on Friday. What a ride it’s been, but they know they’re not done yet. During the media portion of practice, Tevin Coleman was no longer wearing a blue-non contact jersey. Coleman had been recovering from a dislocated shoulder. By the looks of it, Coleman is fine and will practice all next week. Dante Pettis was sick on Thursday but rejoined the team today as well. Jaquiski Tartt remained in a blue, non-contact jersey. He is still dealing with soreness in his ribs after the last game, so that likely won’t change before Super Bowl Sunday. The same can be said with Kwon Alexander, who had a non-contact jersey on during Friday’s practice as well.
Defensive coordinator Robert Saleh said this about Alexander’s progress: “He’s getting better and better. He’s getting healthier, and he’s getting his feet back underneath him. So, I’d imagine in the next ten days he’d get even closer.”
Marquise Goodwin wasn’t too happy when he found out he couldn’t travel with the team. This tweet was deleted:
There aren’t any rules prohibiting players from traveling, so this was likely a team decision. The Broncos flew out players that were on the injured reserve for Super Bowl 50, but didn’t do that two years prior in 2014.
Here is the Chiefs injury report from this week: