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49ers, Chiefs injury reports for Super Bowl: Tevin Coleman unable to practice

49ers, Chiefs injury reports for Super Bowl: Tevin Coleman unable to practice

SANTA CLARA -- The 49ers remain hopeful running back Tevin Coleman will be available when it matters but he is currently unable to practice after sustaining a dislocated right shoulder on Sunday.

The 49ers did not practice on Wednesday, but they were required to submit a practice participation report to provide updates on their injury situations for Super Bowl LIV against the Kansas City Chiefs in Miami on Sunday, Feb. 2.

Coleman would not have practiced on Wednesday after sustaining his injury in the first half of the 49ers’ 37-20 victory over the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship Game. Coleman started but played just eight snaps. He carried six times for 21 yards.

Linebacker Kwon Alexander (pectoral), defensive end Dee Ford (hamstring) and safety Jaquiski Tartt (ribs) would have been limited at practice on Wednesday.

Tartt on Sunday in the NFC Championship Game aggravated the ribs fracture that sidelined him for the final four games of the regular season, coach Kyle Shanahan said.

“I know he just irritated the same area, but no new damage,” Shanahan said on Monday. “He’ll deal with some pain, I’m sure, this week, but it’s nice that the game’s two weeks away.”

Alexander and Ford played in both playoff games after missing significant time late in the season with injuries. Both are in good shape to play in the Super Bowl.

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The Chiefs practiced on Wednesday, and defensive lineman Chris Jones (calf) and tight end Travis Kelce (knee) were limited.

49ers practice report

Did not practice

RB Tevin Coleman (shoulder)
 

Limited

LB Kwon Alexander (pectoral)
DL Dee Ford (quadricep, hamstring)
S Jaquiski Tartt (ribs)
 

Full participation

LB Dre Greenlaw (ankle)

Chiefs practice report

Did not practice

WR Demarcus Robinson (illness)
 

Limited

DT Chris Jones (calf)
TE Travis Kelce (knee)
 

Full participation

CB Morris Claiborne (shoulder)
WR Mecole Hardman (back)
DE Tanoh Kpassagnon (hand)
C Austin Reiter (wrist)

49ers' Tevin Coleman dislocated shoulder, could play in Super Bowl 54

49ers' Tevin Coleman dislocated shoulder, could play in Super Bowl 54

SANTA CLARA -- Running back Tevin Coleman sustained a dislocated right shoulder and has a chance to return to action in the Super Bowl, 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan said.

Shanahan spoke Monday afternoon before the 49ers received results of Coleman’s MRI examination..

Shanahan said he did not want to speculate about Coleman’s availability for the game, but he said generally a dislocation of that nature requires a week to rest and another week to have a chance to play.

The 49ers advance to Super Bowl LIV against the Kansas City Chiefs in Miami on Sunday, Feb. 2.

The 49ers turned to Raheem Mostert after Coleman’s injury and he set the 49ers record for rushing yards in a game – regular season or postseason. Mostert had 220 yards and four touchdowns on 29 attempts.

Matt Breida served as the backup running back with Coleman out. Jeff Wilson, who remains on the team’s 53-man roster, was inactive for the game. Wilson would be active for the Super Bowl if Coleman is unavailable.

Coleman sustained shoulder injury early in the second quarter. After Packers safety Adrian Amos tripped up Coleman on a running play, Coleman reached out with his right arm to brace his fall.

Coleman was in obvious pain as he received attention from the team’s medical staff. He left the field on cart. Afterward, Shanahan said he was optimistic Coleman could return to play in the Super Bowl.

“I think there will be a good chance,” he said.

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Coleman played just eight snaps against the Packers on Sunday. He carried six times for 21 yards.

Coleman played a huge role in the 49ers’ 27-10 win over the Minnesota Vikings in the divisional round of the NFC playoffs with 105 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 22 attempts. On the season, Coleman gained 544 yards and six touchdowns with a 4.0 average.

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49ers' Tevin Coleman out for NFC Championship Game with shoulder injury

49ers' Tevin Coleman out for NFC Championship Game with shoulder injury

The 49ers lost an important part of their offense in the first half of the NFC Championship Game against the Packers on Sunday.

A little over five minutes into the second quarter, with the 49ers in the red zone, running back Tevin Coleman took a handoff and picked up four yards.

But Coleman appeared to land awkwardly on his right arm. He stayed down after the play.

Trainers examined Coleman and were able to get him to his feet, but the running back was in considerable pain, so a medical cart was brought out for him.

After Coleman was taken to the locker room, the 49ers initially announced that he was questionable to return with a right shoulder injury, but later ruled him out as the second half was starting.

Coleman finished the game six carries for 21 yards.

On the very next play, fellow running back Raheem Mostert put the 49ers up 17-0 with a 9-yard touchdown run.