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Stevie Johnson ruled out


The Bills have declared wide receiver Stevie Johnson (groin) out of Sunday’s game against the Jets, the club’s official Twitter feed said.

According to multiple reports, Johnson wasn’t seen practicing early Friday after missing the previous two days with his injury.

Johnson leads the Bills in catches (41), receiving yards (471) and TD catches (three).

With Robert Woods (ankle) also expected out Sunday, the Bills’ top targets at wideout could be second-year pro T.J. Graham (16 catches, 198 yards) and rookie Marquise Goodwin (10 catches, 180 yards, two TDs). If Woods is indeed out, the Bills would have just four healthy wide receivers. The question then is whether Buffalo would promote either rookie Cordell Roberson or first-year pro Tommy Streater off the practice squad for depth.

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3 Responses to “Stevie Johnson ruled out”
  1. 1bbfan says: Nov 15, 2013 12:30 PM

    Graham looks to be a draft bust.

  2. jacksonjames4 says: Nov 15, 2013 12:40 PM

    And the rest of the team is out too

  3. dontbugmeonsundays says: Nov 15, 2013 1:12 PM

    Eric Moulds was the last good and durable wr the bills have had since Andre Reed. Johnson is good but he’s always hurt and Lee Evans was pretty much a deep threat. And o yea T.O was actually pretty good the one year he was here.

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