Tampa Bay's Antonio Brown (knee) listed as doubtful for Super Bowl LV
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown (knee) is listed as doubtful on Friday's Super Bowl LV injury report against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Brown is currently labeled as doubtful after consecutive non-participations on Thursday and Friday. Expect Scotty Miller to see more snaps against the Chiefs if Brown is unable to return to practice next week.
According to Next Gen Stats in Tampa Bay's NFC Championship victory, Miller ranked first among his team in average yards of separation with a 4.94 mark while logging a 43% offensive snap percentage.
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