Tampa Bay's Cameron Brate (back) questionable for Super Bowl LV
Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Cameron Brate (back) is listed as questionable for Super Bowl LV's matchup against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Brate's Super Bowl designation is concerning after Tampa Bay's tight end logged a non-participation on Friday. Expect Tanner Hudson to see more snaps behind Rob Gronkowski if Brate is inactive against Kansas City.
Brate's current projection includes 2.3 receptions for 21.9 yards on 3.5 targets.
- Donovan Peoples-Jones reportedly impressing at Browns' camp August 5th, 2021
- 'Ball security and drops an issue' for Miles Sanders during Philadelphia's camp August 5th, 2021
- Chargers' Justin Jackson reportedly working as No. 2 back thus far August 5th, 2021
- Cardinals' Christian Kirk (undisclosed) back at practice Thursday August 5th, 2021
- Dan Arnold, Sam Darnold forming 'strong connection' at Panthers camp August 5th, 2021
- Lions' Kenny Golladay (hamstring) likely out 2-3 weeks August 5th, 2021
- Buccaneers' O.J. Howard (Achilles) not practicing to start training camp July 25th, 2021
- Chris Godwin, Buccaneers unlikely to reach long-term deal July 15th, 2021
- Bucs ink Rob Gronkowski to one-year deal March 15th, 2021
- Tom Brady extending with Buccaneers through 2022 March 12th, 2021
- Tampa Bay uses franchise tag on Chris Godwin March 9th, 2021
- Cameron Brate (back) cleared to play in Super Bowl for Buccaneers February 7th, 2021