“Fox & Buddies Weekend” co-host Pete Hegseth earlier described how Chiefs fans have inundated Miami to assist their workforce.
“Kansas Metropolis has moved to Miami for the week,” he informed “Fox & Friends” co-hosts on the morning present forward of the large recreation. “We’re surrounded by Chiefs followers who’re completely fired as much as be on this recreation.”
Whereas followers clamored across the stadium, the 49ers and Chiefs had been nearing warm-up time earlier than the championship. The Chiefs are on the lookout for their first Super Bowl title in 50 years, whereas the 49ers have been ring-less since 1995.
Kansas Metropolis and San Francisco each have accidents they’ve been coping with for some weeks, and the climate threatened to place a damper on the groups’ final possibilities to fine-tune their stratagems earlier than suiting up.
Though Fox Information Senior Meteorologist Janice Dean stated the gameday forecast is “looking spectacular” for kickoff at 6:30 p.m. ET., torrential rain Friday evening into Saturday had pressured the Chiefs to relocate their closing observe to the Baptist Well being Coaching Facility at Nova Southeastern College, in line with the workforce’s pool report.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid stated the workforce was unfastened in observe.
“They’re loose, to a point. They know the job at hand against a real good football team. But at the same time, we try to let our personalities show,” Reid stated. “That’s been an emphasis, and I don’t expect them to stop doing that now.”
Reid cleared the gamers’ schedules after the observe to ensure that them to spend a while with their households and attempt to take pleasure in a bit of little bit of town earlier than Tremendous Bowl LIV.
“I hope they get off their feet a little bit and enjoy their families, and then really focus in, get yourself going in the right direction,” Reid stated.
The 49ers held a 50-minute walk-through on the College of Miami’s observe facility earlier than going to Arduous Rock Stadium to have a look at the venue, in line with the workforce’s pool report.
“We’re as ready as we can be,” coach Kyle Shanahan stated. “We just need the game to get here. It’s been two weeks of (practice), and we are itching to go.”
Shanahan stated the linebacker Kwon Alexander, working again Tevin Coleman and security Jaquiski Tartt might be a “full go” for the sport. No San Francisco gamers will carry an harm designation.