Orchard Park, NY (WGR 550) -- When the Buffalo Bills travel to Miami to take on the division rival Dolphins, they'll have 52 of their 53-man roster available to suit up. Outside of rookie quarterback EJ Manuel, the rest of the men dressed in red, white and blue have a chance at playing on Sunday.
Releasing their official designations for the upcoming game, head coach Doug Marrone told reporters the other seven players listed on this week's injury report are all probable to play against the Dolphins in Miami Gardens, Florida.
Running back C.J. Spiller (ankle), defensive end Mario Williams (hip), wide receiver Stevie Johnson (back), defensive lineman Kyle Williams (Achilles/illness), linebacker Manny Lawson (hamstring), quarterback Thad Lewis (foot) and cornerback Ron Brooks (foot) have all been declared as probable for the contest.
All but Kyle Williams participated fully in Friday's practice. The defensive lineman was excused from the practice due to an illness.
Johnson will likely make his return after missing last week's contest with a back injury, and Brooks will make his first appearance of the season since fracturing his foot in the season opener against New England.
The Bills (2-4) hit the road for south Florida on Saturday morning, preparing them for a showdown with the Dolphins (3-2) at SunLife Stadium.