Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Demarcus Robinson was activated by the NFL’s reserve / COVID-19 list on Friday and can be played in the Super Bowl LV during this time Tampa Bay privateers receiver Antonio Brown is officially listed as questionable for Sunday’s game.
Robinson practiced with the Chiefs for the first time since Friday put on the list for being in close contact with someone who tested positive. He had to test negative for five days before being removed from the list and returned to training.
He was third on the team with 45 receptions for 466 yards and three touchdowns that season. His return would be especially important to the Chiefs if Sammy Watkins, which is listed as questionable in the final injury report with a calf injury, will not play on Sunday.
Brown, meanwhile, was a full participant in the Thursday and Friday exercises for the buccaneers and, according to Friday’s exercise pool report, showed no negative effects from increased workload.
He suffered a knee injury while defeating the wildcard New Orleans Saints and didn’t travel to Green Bay for the NFC Championship Game.
Buc’s narrow end Cam Brate is also listed as questionable in the final injury report. He had a tight back muscle on Thursday and missed Friday’s workout despite feeling better, a source shared with ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Brate is expected to play on Sunday, provided no unforeseen developments occur, a source told ESPN.
security Jordan Whitehead, who had a shoulder injury that pulled him out of the NFC championship game, took off his non-contact jersey on Friday. Rookie security Antoine Winfield Jr.., who failed to play Green Bay because of an ankle injury, was a full participant in Friday’s round. Both players were restricted all week and have no injury label for Sunday.