Several injured players for the Kansas City Chiefs and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are anticipated to be healthy for Super Bowl LV.Chiefs running back LeVeon Bell (knee) and wide receiver Sammy Watkins (calf), as well as the Bucs duo of large receiver Antonio Brown (knee) and security Antoine Winfield Jr. (ankle), are all anticipated to be ready for Feb. 7, sources informed ESPNs Dianna Russini.Each missed their teams championship game victories on Sunday.2 RelatedWatkins played in 10 video games for the Chiefs in the routine season. He was out earlier in the season with an aching hamstring and later with a calf injury, and he did not play in either of the Chiefs previous postseason games. After the Chiefs lost Clyde Edwards-Helaire for a stretch, they passed over Bell and made Darrel Williams their included back in a Week 16 game versus the Falcons and in the divisional round playoff video game against the Browns.
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