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NFL Injury Report:
The Buffalo Bills may be without wide receiver Stevie
Johnson and cornerback Aaron Williams Sunday when they take on the St. Louis
Rams, as both players are considered questionable due to injuries.
Johnson continues to be hampered by a hamstring injury he
sustained last weekend against the Jacksonville Jaguars. After not practicing
on Wednesday, the wide receiver returned in a limited capacity on Thursday and
Friday. Over the 12 games he has played this season, Johnson has 55 receptions
for 705 yards and five touchdowns for the Bills.
Williams has been a limited participant at practice all week.
Beyond Johnson and Williams, defensive lineman Spencer
Johnson (ankle), cornerbacks Leodis McKelvin (back) and Justin Rogers (foot)
and linebacker Chris White (back) are also listed as questionable. Buffalo has
already ruled defensive linemen Mark Anderson (knee) and Chris Kelsay (neck)
and offensive linemen Chris Hairston (ankle) and Eric Wood (knee) out against
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