The Tampa Bay Buccaneers released the second injury report ahead of the Super Bowl LV matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday. There was literally zero change on Tampa Bay’s side of things, but it was a different situation for Kansas City.
Running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire and offensive linemen Mike Remmers and Andrew Wylie all had their statuses upgraded from Wednesday’s practice. All three players went from a limited practice to a full practice within a day, so all three players are on track to play in Super Bowl LV in less than a week and a half.
The latter developments are excellent news for the Chiefs. Kansas City will not only be going up against a fierce Tampa Bay pass rush, but it’s a pass rush that is considered better than ever thanks to Vita Vea’s return in last week’s NFC Championship game.
Be sure to check back in Friday for more updates.