The San Francisco 49ers have several players listed on their injury report, but the good news is every single player on the report is listed as probable for Sunday's Super Bowl against the Baltimore Ravens in the New Orleans Super Dome.
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Players on the report include linebacker Ahmad Brooks (shoulder), linebacker Aldon Smith (shoulder), linebacker NaVorro Bowman (shoulder), running back Frank Gore (ankle), defensive lineman Justin Smith (triceps) and Patrick Willis (shoulder). All the players on the list practiced fully on Friday, other than Brooks and Smith, who were limited.
The Niners are looking to win their sixth Super Bowl title, which would place them in a tie with the Pittsburgh Steelers for the most Lombardi Trophies in the NFL. The Ravens, on the other hand, are looking for their second NFL title and are hoping to send future Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis out in style, as he's already announced his intent to retire.
The 49ers finished the season with an 11-4-1 record and advanced to the Super Bowl by defeating the Green Bay Packers at home in the Divisional Round and the No. 1 seed Atlanta Falcons in the Georgia Dome in the NFC Championship game. The Ravens made it to this point by beating the Indianapolis Colts at home in the Wild Card round, the Broncos in Denver and the Patriots in Foxborough. The Niners are favored by 3½ points heading into Sunday's game.