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League Player News

  • Dee Ford DL-SF
    1/24, 2:44 pm
    • Ford (quadriceps) was a limited participant...

      Ford (quadriceps) was a limited participant in Friday's practice, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports.

      Analysis: Ford put together a trio of limited practices this week. He'll have nine more days to get as close to 100 percent health as possible ahead of the Super Bowl on Feb. 2, including three more chances to increase his practice activity.

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  • 1/24, 2:43 pm
    • Kelce (knee) doesn't have a designation...

      Kelce (knee) doesn't have a designation for the Super Bowl on Feb. 2 against the 49ers.

      Analysis: During the first week of prep for the big game, the Chiefs continued to cap Kelce's reps, holding him to an LP/DNP/LP practice regimen. Still, his lack of designation Friday indicates the team isn't worried about his availability. While San Francisco's defense has held tight ends to an NFL-best 5.9 yards per target this season (including playoffs), the unit has allowed the 14th-most receptions (80) and ninth-most TDs (nine) to the position. Considering Kelce's stature, he seems like a good bet to prosper in the Super Bowl.

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  • 1/24, 2:38 pm
    • Coach Kyle Shanahan said Friday that...

      Coach Kyle Shanahan said Friday that Coleman, who worked on the side during practice, received favorable MRI results on his dislocated shoulder, David Lombardi of The Athletic reports.

      Analysis: Coleman logged three straight DNPs in practice this week, and Shanahan said "we'll see" when asked about ramping up his activity next week. The 26-year-old will have three more chances to log at least a limited session leading up to the Super Bowl against Kansas City. If he's able to gain medical clearance and suit up, Coleman will likely serve as the No. 2 option in San Francisco's backfield behind Raheem Mostert.

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  • 1/24, 2:32 pm
    • Pettis (illness) was a full practice...

      Pettis (illness) was a full practice participant Friday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.

      Analysis: Pettis brushed off the illness that sidelined him Thursday, or at the very least was able to gut it out and fit in every practice rep to wrap up the first week of Super Bowl prep. Considering he hasn't seen a target since Week 10, though, he's unlikely to make a splash versus the Chiefs on Feb. 2.

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  • 1/24, 2:01 pm
    • Brees told NFL Network's Jane Slater...

      Brees told NFL Network's Jane Slater that he'll re-sign with the Saints unless he decides to retire. "At this stage of my career, it's not a given that I'm coming back every year," Brees said. "But when that time comes, I'll always be a Saint."

      Analysis: Brees doesn't sound like a man on the verge of retirement, though a second Super Bowl ring might have pushed him in that direction. As is, the Saints are coming off an opening-round playoff loss to the underdog Vikings, sitting in good position to bring back most of the key pieces from a 13-3 team. Overthecap.com has the Saints projected for $11.8 million of cap space, but the number shoots up to $30.9 million if they cut CB Janoris Jenkins and LB Kiko Alonso. On the offensive side, Brees is joined by WR Ted Ginn, LG Andrus Peat and FB Zach Line with expiring contracts.

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