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Super Bowl Inactives: The Super Bowl Injury Report

Odds Shark's Super Bowl Injury Report keeps track of Super Bowl inactives.

We’re just two days away from the Super Bowl and one factor to consider when wagering on the big game is which players will be inactive.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers played without wideout Antonio Brown (knee) and rookie safety Antoine Winfield Jr. (ankle) in the NFC championship game against the Packers. Both players are expected to be ready to go for Super Bowl 55.

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The Chiefs, meanwhile, played the AFC title game without running back Le’Veon Bell (knee) and wideout Sammy Watkins (calf). Both Bell and Watkins are expected to suit up on February 7. However, the Chiefs did lose a key piece in offensive tackle Eric Fisher, who suffered an Achilles injury and will be out for Super Bowl 55. Their other starting offensive tackle, Mitchell Schwartz, was already on injured reserve.

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Who Are The Super Bowl Inactives?

Super Bowl Injury Report
Antonio BrownWide ReceiverTBKneeQuestionable
Jason Pierre-PaulDefensive EndTBKneeQuestionable
Cameron BrateTight EndTBBackQuestionable
Mike EvansWide ReceiverTBKneeProbable
Eric FisherOffensive TackleKCCalfOut
Sammy WatkinsWideoutKCCalfQuestionable
Le’Veon BellRunning BackKCKneeProbable
Mitchell SchwartzOffensive TackleKCBackOut
L’Jarius SneedCornerbackKCConcussionProbable
Willie Gay Jr.LinebackerKCAnkleOut
Demarcus RobinsonWide ReceiverKCCovidQuestionable
Daniel KilgoreCentreKCCovidQuestionable