Buccaneers' Antonio Brown (knee) practices in full Thursday
Tampa Bay Buccaneers wide receiver Antonio Brown was a full participant in practice on Thursday afternoon.
Brown was a limited participant in Wednesday's session due to a knee injury, but it seems as though he's been ramped to a full workload. Barring any setbacks over the next few days, that means Brown will be ready to play at full speed in the Super Bowl against the Kansas City Chiefs. Brown's return would likely mean less playing time for Tyler Johnson.
Our models project Brown for 4.0 catches, 44.1 receiving yards, 0.4 touchdowns and 8.7 FanDuel points.
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