Super Bowl News and Notes: Chiefs, 49ers go through final Super Bowl practices

DAVE SKRETTA AP Sports Writer DAVIE, Fla. (AP) — The Chiefs and 49ers went through their final practices Friday in preparation for the Super Bowl, and both coaches said their teams have everyone healthy and available for when they step on the field at Hard Rock Stadium. The Chiefs have listed four players on the injury report all week in defensive tackle Chris Jones, center Austin Reiter and tight ends Travis Kelce and Deon Yelder. But all of their injuries appear to be minimal, and Chiefs coach Andy Reid said that Kelce in particular had a solid week of practice and was "moving around pretty good" on his sore knee. Their practice at the Miami Dolphins' training facility lasted about 1 hour, 15 minutes, and began with special teams drills before concluding with red zone work on offe
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