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The Buccaneers would likely be without Brown, Whitehead if Super Bowl played this weekend

David and Winfield, Jr. listed as questionable.

NFC Championship - Tampa Bay Buccaneers v Green Bay Packers
Jordan Whitehead #33 of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers walks from the field injured in the third quarter against the Green Bay Packers during the NFC Championship game.
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If the Buccaneers were playing against the Chiefs in Super Bowl LV this weekend, they’d be without some key players as well as have some with question marks heading into the game.

Tampa Bay released its latest injury report Friday and listed wide receiver Antonio Brown and safety Jordan Whitehead as doubtful. Linebacker Lavonte David and rookie safety Antoine Winfield, Jr. were listed as questionable. All were non-participants during this week’s practices.

For the Chiefs, notable names on the report include left tackle Eric Fisher and linebacker Willie Gay, Jr. who are listed as ‘out’ for the game while running back Le’Veon Bell and wide receiver Sammy Watkins were listed as questionable, among others.

It’s already known that Fisher would miss the Super Bowl due to his unfortunate Achilles injury suffered during Kansas City’s AFC Championship victory over the Buffalo Bills. Gay suffered a knee injury during this past Thursday’s practice.

You can find the full bye week injury report displayed below.