Cameron Brate (back) cleared to play in Super Bowl for Buccaneers
Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Cameron Brate will suit up Sunday in the Super Bowl against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Brate is dealing with a back ailment, but he was able to practice without limitation during the week and is now ready to play in his first Big Game. Expect him to serve as a blocking option on the line and a potential red zone weapon in heavy formations.
Our models project Brate for 2.5 catches, 23.3 receiving yards, 0.3 touchdowns and 5.1 FanDuel points.
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