Super Bowl Injury Report
It is very important to go over the injury report before making your wagers in any NFL game. That is certainly the case in the Super Bowl as well. The San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens each come in relatively healthy. Their health is a big reason why both teams were able to win their respective conferences to advance to Super Bowl XLVII.
I am going to go through each team’s injury report to give you the most up-to-date information as of Thursday, January 24th. It appears that there are only a few players that you really need to pay attention to for both teams while handicapping the game.
San Francisco 49ers Injury Report
Ahmad Brooks, LB (Shoulder, Probable) – Brooks has been limited in practice due to a nagging shoulder injury but is expected to be ready for Super Bowl XLVII on February 3rd against the Ravens.
Justin Smith, DE (Tricep, Probable) – Smith practiced fully on Wednesday, continuing to work through a partially torn triceps tendon. He is fully expected to play in Super Bowl XLVII against the Ravens.
Brandon Jacobs, RB (Suspension, Out for Season) – Jacobs has been suspended by the team for the remainder of the season for conduct detrimental to the team.
Kyle Williams, WR (Knee, Out for Season) – Williams left Week 12 against the Saints after suffering a torn ACL in his left knee and will miss the remainder of the season as a result.
Mario Manningham, WR
Demarcus Dobbs, TE
Kendall Hunter, RB
Parys Haralson, LB
Baltimore Ravens Injury Report
Asa Jackson, CB (Thigh, Questionable) – Jackson was ruled out of the AFC Championship game against the Patriots due to a thigh injury. He remains questionable against the 49ers in the Super Bowl on February 3rd.
Jameel McClain, LB (Neck, Out for Season) – McClain has been diagnosed with a spinal cord contusion and will miss the remainder of the season as a result.
Jah Reid, T
LaQuan Williams, WR
Anthony Levine, DB
Christian Thompson, S
Bobby Rainey, RB
LarDarius Webb, CB
Ryan McBean, DE
Emanuel Cook, DB