DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — Running back Tevin Coleman returned to practice Wednesday as the San Francisco 49ers began final preparations for the Super Bowl, while the Kansas City Chiefs had everyone on the field as they put the finishing touches on their game plan. Coleman, who dislocated his shoulder in the NFC championship game, took handoffs during team drills during the 1-hour, 40-min workout at the University of Miami's practice facility. He looked to be in good spirits, too, slapping hands with his teammates and leaping after one play in particular. "We'll see as the week goes how much the pain tolerance is for his shoulder," said 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan, who also has Matt Breida and breakout star Raheem Mostert at his disposal in the backfield. Coleman was listed as limited on the in
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