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49ers-Chiefs Super Bowl 2020: Jay-Z, Joe Lacob among celebrities attending

49ers-Chiefs Super Bowl 2020: Jay-Z, Joe Lacob among celebrities attending

You never know who you're going to see at the Super Bowl. 

Before the Chiefs and 49ers got started in the big game at Miami Gardens on Sunday, players could look over on the sidelines and be starstruck. 

Warriors owner Joe Lacob arrived:

He wasn't sporting any specific colors so we could only imagine who he was rooting for. *wink wink*

Oakland Las Vegas Raiders owner Mark Davis greeted us with his presence ahead of the big game dressed in all-white everything:

Before the game had started, Yankees slugger Aaron Judge was spotted in a Jerry Rice jersey:

Sacramento Kings owner Vivek Ranadive had also been seen sporting a Rice jersey -- one that had been signed by the Hall of Fame wide receiver:

Jay-Z and his daughter Blue Ivy were spotted on the sidelines. 

https://twitter.com/iza_ivy/status/1224104631980240896

That photo is going to get so many likes on Instagram ... 

He also talked to 49ers wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders prior to kickoff:

Actor and comedian Paul Rudd, a well-known Chiefs fan, found his doppelganger, ESPN football insider Adam Schefter:

(Schefter is on the left)

Legendary musician Paul McCartney took in a little football game on Sunday as well:

Former MLB player and current baseball analyst, slash Mr. Jennifer Lopez, Alex Rodriguez was on the sideline prior to the game as well:

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Jon Hamm (pictured awkwardly in the back of this selfie), Jeremy Renner and Kate Bosworth were there as well:

Hamm, who grew up in the St. Louis area, is more than likely rooting for the Chiefs. 

NFL mock draft 2020: 49ers expected to take Jerry Jeudy or Henry Ruggs

NFL mock draft 2020: 49ers expected to take Jerry Jeudy or Henry Ruggs

The 2020 NFL Draft is merely two weeks away. It will take part in much different circumstances than the pomp of Las Vegas, but nevertheless, seven rounds of draft picks will be complete. 

After shocking many by trading star defensive lineman DeForest Buckner to the Indianapolis Colts, the 49ers now own the No. 13 pick in the draft, along with the No. 31 pick they already owned as the NFC champions. 

San Francisco can go plenty of ways with its two picks in the first round and should be able to find a receiver with star potential for Kyle Shanahan and Jimmy Garoppolo. Here at NBC Sports Bay Area, Dalton Johnson and Josh Schrock have the 49ers taking receiver Henry Ruggs III at No. 13 and cornerback Jeff Gladney at No. 31. 

Check out how various mock drafts see it playing out: 

Todd McShay, ESPN.com: WR Henry Ruggs (No. 13), CB A.J. Terrell (No. 31)
Ruggs: "Coach Kyle Shanahan likes speedy guys who can tack on yards after the catch, and that's what Ruggs does. Suddenly, that arsenal doesn't look too bad with the likes of Deebo Samuel and George Kittle also running routes for Jimmy Garoppolo."
Terrell: "Terrell is long and plays fast -- as he ran a 4.42 at the combine. He has the talent to be a difference-maker opposite Richard Sherman."

Mel Kiper, ESPN.com: WR Jerry Jeudy (No. 13), CB Noah Igbinoghene (No. 31)
Jeudy: "Adding Jeudy, who caught 77 passes for 1,163 yards and 10 TDs last season, to a group with Deebo Samuel and Kendrick Bourne makes this a really exciting (and young) trio of wideouts for Jimmy Garoppolo."
Igbinoghene: "Igbinoghene, a track athlete who is still raw, is my third-ranked corner, and he could also help as a return man."

Matt Miller, Bleacher Report: WR Jerry Jeudy (No. 13), OL Cesar Ruiz (No. 31)
Jeudy: "If Jeudy is on the board, this is a no-brainer for the 49ers."
Ruiz: "He’s a mean but agile centerpiece in the middle of the offensive line, and he has the moves to get upfield and lock out in the zone-blocking scheme."

Daniel Jeremiah, NFL.com: WR Henry Ruggs (No. 13), DT Ross Blacklock (No. 31)
Ruggs: "Let's take a minute and just imagine Ruggs in the hands of a creative play-caller like Kyle Shanahan."
Blacklock: "The 49ers will likely trade down to stockpile selections, as they currently don't hold a pick in Rounds 2-4."

Dan Kadar, SB Nation: WR CeeDee Lamb (No. 31), S Xavier McKinney (No. 31)
Lamb: "Lamb would give the 49ers a superstar wide receiver to pair with Deebo Samuel. Along with tight end George Kittle, San Francisco would have one of the best receiver groups in the NFL."
McKinney: "He’s capable of playing safety and cornerback, and comes out of a system at Alabama that should have him pro ready."

    49ers' Kendrick Bourne implores Matt Breida to re-sign for 2020 season

    49ers' Kendrick Bourne implores Matt Breida to re-sign for 2020 season

    Kendrick Bourne wants Matt Breida to follow in his footsteps.

    The 49ers wide receiver signed his one-year tender Monday, ensuring he would return for the 2020 season. San Francisco placed second-round tenders on Bourne and Breida last month, and Bourne encouraged Breida to sign his, too.

    Bourne and Breida joined the 49ers as undrafted free agents in 2017. The 24-year-old receiver scored a career-high five touchdowns in the 2019 regular season and caught 30 passes for 358 yards.

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    Breida, meanwhile, largely lost his role in the 49ers offense by the end of the 2019 season. He ran a career-high 153 times for 814 yards in 2018, but Breida ran for nearly 200 fewer yards in 2019 as the running back ended the season behind Raheem Mostert and Tevin Coleman on the 49ers’ depth chart. Jerick McKinnon’s return could further crowd Breida out.

    Bourne has been with Breida every step of their NFL careers, however, and he wants the running back to once again be his teammate this season.