Chiefs, Bucs relatively healthy heading into Super Bowl
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — The Chiefs and Buccaneers will head into the Super Bowl on Sunday relatively healthy. The Chiefs ruled out left tackle Eric Fisher because of a torn Achilles tendon and linebacker Willie Gay Jr. due to knee and ankle injuries. Neither was expected to play. Chiefs wide receiver Sammy Watkins was questionable along with Tampa Bay receiver Antonio Brown and tight end Cameron Brate. Brown appears set to play in his second Super Bowl a decade after losing as a rookie with Pittsburgh against Green Bay. Brown missed the NFC championship game with a knee injury.