SANTA CLARA — Here is the latest unfolding Friday afternoon at the 49ers facility:
— Nine months since taking their practice fields to start offseason workouts, the 49ers were almost at full strength as they held their final home practice Friday under partly cloudy skies in 64-degree, warm weather.
Running back Tevin Coleman, five days after dislocating his right shoulder, suited up, stretched (and danced) with teammates, then proceeded to do individual conditioning with trainers on the side.
#49ers having final full practice on own field before flying Sunday to #SuperBowlLIV
RB Tevin Coleman (shoulder) suited up, stretched with team, working on side with trainers
WR Dante Pettis returned from illness after not practicing Thursday
SS Tartt, LB Alexander still limited pic.twitter.com/L08RwcpQhL
— Cam Inman (@CamInman) January 24, 2020
Wide receiver Dante Pettis returned from illness that kept him out of Thursday’s practice, the 49ers’ first session since their NFC Championship victory Sunday. Pettis did not play in that game nor the previous six.
Still in no-contact jerseys were strong safety Jaquiski Tartt (ribs) and linebacker Kwon Alexander (pectoral). They’ve been listed as limited, as has defensive end Dee Ford, who looks unbothered by this season’s hamstring and knee issues.