The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are gearing up for their Super Bowl LV matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs. Friday morning on NFL Network’s GMFB, Ian Rapoport shed some light on Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown’s knee injury and why tight end Cameron Brate’s name was added to the report.
From @GMFB: A look at the #Bucs injuries, as WR Antonio Brown (knee) progressed to a full practice, while TE Cameron Brate (back) was limited as a precaution. Both should play in the Super Bowl. pic.twitter.com/EwuOUC3DgO
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) February 5, 2021
As stated by Rapoport, Brown’s status was updated from “Limited” to “Full Participation”. Rapoport went on to explain that tight end Cameron Brate’s status was dropped to “Limited” after tweaking his back. Both players are expected to be ready to go for Sunday’s matchup!