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Stevie Johnson is concerned about his injured left shoulder, leaving the top Buffalo Bills receiver's status uncertain to play at Miami this weekend.
Speaking before practice Wednesday, Johnson says he's getting daily treatment, but adds he's not 100 percent confident his shoulder will be strong enough.
Johnson was hurt in the fourth quarter of a 44-7 loss at Dallas last weekend when he was attempting to make a catch over the middle before being hit by cornerback Terence Newman.
Coach Chan Gailey says Johnson will be held out of practice Wednesday, and hopes the receiver can work on a limited basis over the next two days.
Johnson has four touchdowns and leads the Bills (5-4) with 44 catches and 531 yards.
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