Niners Issue Important Injury Report Before Super Bowl
The Niners issued an important injury update before the Super Bowl on Sunday.
Running back Tevin Coleman dislocated his shoulder in the NFC Championship Game against the Green Bay Packers.
San Francisco was able to easily overcome the Packers without Coleman, but getting past the Kansas City Chiefs will not be as easy.
Given the insane pace of the Chiefs offense, the Niners will need all on hands on deck in the biggest game of the year.
In an interview with NFL Network insider Tom Pelissero, Coleman indicated that he is spending all his free time rehabbing and trying to get back his range of motion.
At the moment there is no official prognosis on whether he will play or not in the Super Bowl.
“[I am] hoping to get my shoulder back right and just taking it one step at a time,” Coleman said to Pelissero.
Over the course of 14 outings this year Coleman has recorded 544 yards and six scores on 137 carries.
Prior to getting hurt against Green Bay, Coleman recorded six carries for 21 yards in the game.
A final decision on Coleman’s status will likely be made at some point in the next few days.