Super Bowl 2022 Injury Report: C.J. Uzomah Officially Active For Super Bowl LVI, Status Updates For Tyler Higbee, Joseph Noteboom
Getty Images. Pictured: Bengals TE C.J. Uzomah
It is showtime at SoFi Stadium as the 2022 Super Bowl is upon us! The Los Angeles Rams and Cincinnati Bengals will battle it out for the Lombardi Trophy in Los Angeles, but who exactly will be on the field come kickoff?
Luckily for both teams, everyone is relatively healthy following the longest regular season in NFL history. So far, two Rams players have been ruled out while one key Bengals starter has been upgraded to active as kickoff nears.
Here’s a complete injury report breakdown heading into Super Bowl LVI — don’t miss the latest injury news here before making your bets for the day.
2022 Super Bowl Injury Report
Rams Injury Report
- TE Tyler Higbee (knee): Out
- OL Joseph Noteboom (chest): Out
Bengals Injury Report
- TE C.J. Uzomah (knee): Active
Despite his questionable status, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported early Sunday that C.J. Uzomah was planning to play in Super Bowl LVI. The Bengals made it official 90 minutes ahead of kickoff.
Uzomah sprained his MCL en route to the Bengals’ win over the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship Game. Tyler Higbee, the Rams’ starting right end, suffered the same injury, but will not suit up for the 2022 Super Bowl after being ruled out.
Uzomah saw his first practice back following the injury Thursday, though it was in a limited role. He practiced in full on Friday.
Super Bowl FAQ
WHERE: SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles
WHEN: 6:30 p.m. ET | NBC
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