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.
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