49ers have nobody with an injury designation

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The 49ers are as healthy as they can possibly be this time of year. Literally.

They have no player with an injury designation.

“No injuries to report,” 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan said, via David Lombardi of TheAthletic.com. “Everyone is full go.”

That includes tight end George Kittle (ankle) and defensive lineman Dee Ford (quadriceps/hamstring).

Kittle sat out Wednesday’s work with some “wear and tear” in his ankle but returned to a full practice Thursday and was a full participant Friday.

Ford missed Wednesday’s work and was limited Thursday before being a full participant Friday.

Linebacker Kwon Alexander (pectoral) was limited all week, but he, too, will play.

13 responses to “49ers have nobody with an injury designation

  1. Thanks to the NFC North for bouncing the two biggest threats to the 49ers, the Seahawks and Saints. Rodgers is way past his prime and this is his last shot at a Superbowl, and it’s not much of a shot. A healthy and focused 49ers team is going to run through this team like a hot knife cheese whiz.

  2. *The current 53 man roster is a full go. They aren’t truly fully healthy. Let’s just hope both teams can leave Sunday as healthy as they come into it.

  3. as a Long time Niner fan, I’m not going to brag and give the Packers their respect. I don’t know why everyone thinks it’s going to be a walk in the park. Yes the team is the healthiest that it’s been in a while, but Aaron Rodgers is still Aaron Rodgers. He still plays at a high level and just because we beat them the first time around doesn’t mean anything. Some of you guys need to humble yourselves.

  4. ninerlifer52 says:
    January 17, 2020 at 6:59 pm
    as a Long time Niner fan, I’m not going to brag and give the Packers their respect. I don’t know why everyone thinks it’s going to be a walk in the park. Yes the team is the healthiest that it’s been in a while, but Aaron Rodgers is still Aaron Rodgers. He still plays at a high level and just because we beat them the first time around doesn’t mean anything. Some of you guys need to humble yourselves.

    So yeah, you know nothing that gets said on here will have any impact at all on how the players prepare and play the game right? The internet is not that powerful ok. Go Niners

  5. I’m a Niners fan and the only thing that matters is what happens between the lines for 60 minutes. Much respect to GB. I hope everyone stays healthy and I hope my Niners can come out with a win.

  6. ninerlifer52 wrote:
    “as a Long time Niner fan, I’m not going to brag and give the Packers their respect. I don’t know why everyone thinks it’s going to be a walk in the park. Yes the team is the healthiest that it’s been in a while, but Aaron Rodgers is still Aaron Rodgers. He still plays at a high level and just because we beat them the first time around doesn’t mean anything. Some of you guys need to humble yourselves.”
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    boats1980 responded:

    “So yeah, you know nothing that gets said on here will have any impact at all on how the players prepare and play the game right? The internet is not that powerful ok. Go Niners”

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    My guess is ninerlifer52 is a full grown adult who watched, played and learned the game, on a field – padded up. The reader can feel his love and respect for the game and “sportsmanship” versus, the second poster’s snide and sneering response which is indicative of an attitude prevalent among those who those who think they learned the game while holding a Madden controller – guess that’s where the term “gamesmanship” comes from.

    Props to you “lifer52”. I’m a Pack fan but you know, in the early 70’s when the Pack were sooooo…. bad … I needed a fallback team for the playoffs – and I chose the 9’ers as my second favorite team (Brodie/Washington). It’s carried over to today even as an old guy. Obviously, I’ll be pulling for the Pack as you pull for the 9’ers – but either way this game goes … you know, good luck to the competitors on the field.

    Man, I love these games. Wish I had owned the talent to play longer than one stinkin’ year of college ball.

  7. So what happened to Kittle and his ankle? Was he miraculously healed in time for the game, these guys are drama divas the only fans rooting for them are the 49 er fair weather fans and Viking fans other than that the world is rooting for the Packers.

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