Buccaneers' Antonio Brown (knee) uncertain for Super Bowl showdown with Kansas City
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown (knee) may not be ready to go for Sunday's Super Bowl clash with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Brown was listed as doubtful last week and it appears little has changed as the final week of Super Bowl preparation begins. Brown participated in Tuesday's walkthrough, but according to Bruce Arians, he is still not ready to go. Tomorrow's update will provide the first official practice report for the week and will give an indication of Brown's outlook for the Super Bowl. If he is available, our models expect him to see 6.3 targets against the Chiefs.
Brown's Super Bowl projection includes 3.9 receptions, 43.9 receiving yards, 0.39 touchdowns, and 8.7 FanDuel points.
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