Here's The Latest Super Bowl Injury Update

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Kansas City Chiefs practiced for the second time before facing off in Super Bowl LV. Here’s what the Thursday injury report shows:

Bucs wide receiver Antonio Brown joined receivers Mike Evans and Chris Godwin with full participation in practice on Thursday.

Brown, who has been dealing with a knee injury, improved from limited to full participation from Wednesday to Thursday's injury reports.

Tight end Cameron Brate and defensive tackle Steve McLendon were added to the Buccaneers injury report. Brate was limited in practice while dealing with a back injury, and McLendon did not participate for "not injury related" reasons.

Bucs linebacker Jason Pierre-Paul, whose knee injury kept him from practice on Wednesday, was back in limited action on Thursday.

Tampa Bay safety Antoine Winfield Jr. was limited in practice while dealing with an ankle injury, and safety Jordan Whitehead was limited while he deals with a shoulder injury on Wednesday and Thursday's reports.

Linebacker Lavonte David, who is dealing with a hamstring injury, was limited in practice in the last two reports.

The Chiefs' injury report did not change from Wednesday to Thursday.

Offensive tackle Eric Fisher did not participate because of an injury to his Achilles, and linebacker Willie Gay didn't participate due to an ankle and knee injury.

Chiefs running back Le’Veon Bell and wide receiver Sammy Watkins were limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday. Bell is dealing with a knee injury, while Watkins is dealing with a calf injury.

Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who has been dealing with a toe injury, has been back in full force since Wednesday.

Despite dealing with injuries, running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire and cornerback Rashad Fenton were back in full participation as of Wednesday.