Many of the injured Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are expected to be in good health in the Super Bowl LV.
Heads are running Levon Bell (Knee) and wide receiver Sami Watkins (Hurry), as well as the Duo Bucs for the wide receiver Antonio Brown (Knee) and safety Antoine Winfield Jr.. (Ankle), they are all expected to be ready on February 7, sources told ESPN’s Dianna Russini.
All of them missed their team’s victory in the championship match on Sunday.
Watkins played 10 games for Chiefs in the regular season. He was knocked out earlier in the season with a hamstring injury and subsequently suffered a calf injury, and had not played in any of the pre-season matches. Watkins finished the fifth regular season at The Chiefs with 37 hunting runs of 421 yards and two touchdowns.
Bell joined The Chiefs in October after his release from the New York Jets. Since his arrival, his influence on Presidents has been less than expected. After losing bosses Clyde Edwards Hillier Span, they passed over Belle and got up Daryl Williams They appeared in the Week 16 match against the Falcons and in the play-off match against Brown. During the regular season, Bale pushed 254 yards in nine matches for Chiefs.
Winfield sustained an ankle injury while training last Thursday and missed Friday’s training. He’s still traveling to Green Bay with the team, but after testing his ankle in warmth, he has deemed the best course of action for him is to get out of the match.
Brown, who led the Boss side in goals in the final five weeks of the regular season, suffered a knee injury in a split match against the New Orleans Saints. He did not train last week and did not make the trip to Green Bay, as the team felt he was not as far away as he had hoped for his recovery, and they felt that getting on the plane could cause more swelling. Brown got a 36-yard drop in a wild card game against Washington.
Another safety start for Bucs Jordan Whitehead, Who was forced twice, left Sunday’s win over the Packers with a shoulder injury and never came back. Whitehead underwent an MRI on Monday, but sources told ESPN’s Jenna Lin that it is too early to tell if he will be able to play the Super Bowl or not, and that they take him one day at a time to figure out how things will go. .
Information from Adam Teicher and Jenna Lin of ESPN was used in this report.