Kansas City Chiefs rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire practiced fully Thursday after being limited on Wednesday.
Edwards-Helaire returned to action against the Bills last week, and ran six times for seven yards and a touchdown.
All three Chiefs backs will be back and healthy for team for Super Bowl 55 against the Bucs, but Andy Reid will likely use each one of them in different scenarios.
Le’Veon Bell was out in the AFC Championship against Buffalo, which led to Darrel Williams and Edwards-Helaire splitting backfield duties.
Kansas City is currently a -3 favorite for the big game, and having healthy running backs is a difference maker.