Super Bowl 58: Both Teams in Good Health for Matchup Against Chiefs – NBC Sports Bay Area & California

The San Francisco 49ers are gearing up to play in the Super Bowl with a healthy roster. The team is set to face the Kansas City Chiefs at Allegiant Stadium, and coach Kyle Shanahan has confirmed that key players, George Kittle and Arik Armstead, will be active in the game.

Fans were worried about the health of Kittle and Armstead, but Shanahan assured reporters that both players are good to go for the Super Bowl. However, there were concerns about defensive tackle Kalia Davis’s availability. He was listed as questionable on the 49ers’ final injury report, but it was later announced that he will not be playing in Sunday’s game.

The final injury reports for both teams have been released. The 49ers will be without Davis, but Arik Armstead, Oren Burks, and George Kittle have all participated in practice and are expected to be ready for the game. As for the Chiefs, Joe Thuney is out, and Jerick McKinnon is listed as questionable.

Overall, it seems like the 49ers are in good shape heading into the Super Bowl, with only a few minor concerns about player availability. Fans can stay updated with the latest news by tuning into the 49ers Talk Podcast.

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