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We now know a little more about the importance of Sammy Watkins in Super Bowl 55 on Sunday.
As they prepare for their second Super Bowl in as many years, the Kansas City Chiefs certainly want their roster in full strength. Eric Fisher was lost in the AFC Championship Game and two players have already been put on the COVID-19 reserve list after close contact this week.
The health problems don’t end there. Broad receiver Sammy Watkins spoke to the media ahead of Super Bowl 55 today and gave an update on his leg injury that has left him sidelined for the past few weeks.
Watkins has played 10 games for Kansas City this season but has not seen the field since late December 2020 due to the excruciating injury. It seems like his treatment went well and we have reason to believe he will be in the big game out there. Patrick Mahomes should have all of his weapons at his disposal in his duel with the final quarterback repeating the Super Bowl championships in Tom Brady.
Other Kansas City Chiefs injury updates
The Chiefs had to bet two players on the COVID-19 protocol. Chiefs Center Daniel Kilgore and wide receiver Demarcus Robinson were put on the reserve / COVID-19 list on Monday.
Cornerback L’Jarius Sneed also had a solid injury update across the ball for Kansas City this week. Watkins and Snead’s injury reports should help Chiefs fans overcome the fact that they will be without linebacker Willie Gay on Sunday.
The Super Bowl will take place on Sunday, February 7th at 6:30 p.m. at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida.