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Everyone was there for Friday’s practice, the lightest session of the week and the final session before the San Francisco 49ers’ Super Bowl 58 showdown against the Kansas City Chiefs. While tight end George Kittle (toe) and defensive tackle Arik Armstead (foot, knee) were limited participants during Wednesday and Thursday’s practices, head coach Kyle Shanahan never doubted that both would be fully ready for Sunday’s game.

The 49ers enter the Super Bowl in good health.

“Guys have been working hard these two weeks,” Shanahan said, via pool reporter Nicki Jhabvala. “The guys that got beat up did everything they could to be healthy for this game. It’s our first time with everyone being full and healthy. It’s the right game to do it like that.”

The training sessions were held at UNLV. While there were some complaints about field conditions earlier in the week, the team refused to use that as an excuse and pushed through and prepared for whatever the Chiefs might throw at them.

The week leading up to the Super Bowl can be distracting for a young team, and Las Vegas offers plenty to take your mind off things. The 49ers are a veteran team, however, with several players still haunted by the heartbreaking big-game defeat just four years ago.

“I think the guys did a really good job,” Shanahan said. “Just having the experience of being here before, some of the things we’ve been through, some of the leaders that we have. We have a very football-oriented team, and it’s really good in situations like this.”

Final preparations

The 49ers gathered at noon Saturday for a walk-through, their last chance to physically go over the game plan before the game. They will then have the opportunity to spend time with their families before reconvening in the evening for their team meeting.

While Shanahan and his coaching staff will continue to work throughout the day on contingency plans and preparing for any unexpected scenarios the Chiefs might present, the bulk of the work has been completed.

“Our guys are ready to go,” Shanahan said after the walk-through. ‘They are relaxed. They’ll relax a bit this afternoon, we’ll have our last meetings tonight and then we’ll be ready to go.”