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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 biggest news shared ahead of the Super Bowl was from the Rams, who on Friday announced tight end Tyler Higbee and offensive tackle Joseph Noteboom had both been placed on injured reserve and would not play on Sunday.

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The Rams also announced that they had activated running back Darrell Henderson Jr. and Sebastian Joseph-Day, making them eligible to play in the big game.

Check out the rest of the injury report below.

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Super Bowl Injury Report

Super Bowl Injury Report
Player Position Team Injury Thursday Practice Participation Final Designation
Joe Noteboom OL LAR Chest Did not participate Out
Cam Akers RB LAR Shoulder Full -
Christian Rozeboom LB LAR Elbow Full -
Tyler Higbee TE LAR Knee Did not participate Out
Grant Haley DB LAR Quad Full -
Taylor Rapp S LAR Concussion Full -
Van Jefferson WR LAR Knee Full -
Jalen Ramsey CB LAR Shoulder Full -
Andrew Whitworth OL LAR Quad Full -
Cam Sample DE CIN Groin Full -
CJ Uzomah TE CIN Knee Limited Questionable
Stanley Morgan WR CIN Hamstring Full -
Josh Tupou DT CIN Knee Full -
Jackson Carman G CIN Back Full -

The three most prominent players on the injury report are Rams running back Cam Akers, Rams left tackle Andrew Whitworth and Rams cornerback Jalen Ramsey, but none of the three are in any danger of missing the same on Sunday.

However, Higbee is a big blow for the Rams who will now turn to Kendall Blanton as their top tight end.

For the Bengals, head coach Zac Taylor said Friday afternoon that the only player on his injury report for Friday is tight end CJ Uzomah who is also on track to play.

Uzomah is a big part of the Bengals offense and was quoted this week as saying there was no chance he was going to miss the biggest game of his life. He is listed as questionable in case something changes before kickoff. 

No other Bengals are in danger of missing the game.

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Super Bowl Inactives FAQ

What are Super Bowl inactives?

Super Bowl inactives are essentially injured players listed for both NFL teams competing in the big game. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers currently have three players listed on their Super Bowl injury report, while the Kansas City Chiefs have six players listed on their report.

Who are the Super Bowl inactives for the Kansas City Chiefs?

Offensive tackle Eric Fisher (calf-out), wide receiver Sammy Watkins (calf-questionable), running back Le’Veon Bell (knee-questionable), offensive tackle Mitchell Schwartz (back-out), cornerback L’Jarius Sneed (concussion-questionable) and linebacker Willie Gay Jr. (ankle-questionable) are currently the Kansas City Chiefs’ inactive athletes listed on the Super Bowl injury report. Bell and Watkins are expected to play in Super Bowl 55.

Who are the Super Bowl inactives for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers?

Wide receiver Antonio Brown (knee-questionable), safety Antoine Winfield Jr. (ankle-questionable) and safety Jordan Whitehead are currently the Tampa Bay Buccaneers’ inactive athletes listed on the Super Bowl injury report. The Bucs played without Brown and Winfield in the NFC championship game against the Green Bay Packers. Both are expected to play in Super Bowl 55.