Bills WR Johnson Probable for Sunday
Heading in to the Buffalo Bills second game of the 2011 NFL season, the Bills are fairly healthy.
On Friday, wide receiver Stevie Johnson returned to action during practice after sitting out Thursday's session with a groin injury. Head coach Chan Gailey said Johnson practiced in full, and is likely to play with the listing of 'probable.'
Both Torell Troup and Arthur Moats were practicing as well. Troup was limited during the session due to a lower back injury, so he's garnered the doubtful tag against the Raiders. Moats practiced in full for the first time this week, and the Bills have designated his status as probable for Sunday.
The only non-participant was cornerback Terrence McGee, who spent Friday working with trainers on his hamstring injury. McGee has been declared out for Sunday.
The Bills and Raiders will do battle Sunday at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Those attending are urged to get there early with the new parking rules and pat-down procedures.