The final tally from inside linebacker Kwon Alexander’s debut season with the 49ers: eight regular-season games, 34 tackles, one interception and two upper-body surgeries.
Alexander played in the 49ers’ 31-20 loss to the Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV on Feb. 2 with a biceps injury that was surgically repaired Friday, the NFL Network reported. He is expected to be ready for the start of the 2020 regular season.
Alexander was presumably injured during the Super Bowl as he wasn’t listed on the injury report with a biceps issue leading up to kickoff. Alexander, of course, did play in the Super Bowl about three months after he suffered a torn pectoral in a win at Arizona on Oct. 31.
Alexander missed the final eight regular-season games, but returned in the postseason. He had three tackles and a pass breakup while playing 66 snaps in three playoff games.
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