The Buffalo Bills are preparing to play the Denver Broncos this weekend, and they got some good news on Wednesday as starting wide receiver Stevie Johnson was healthy enough to practice with the team on Wednesday. Johnson's been dealing with a groin injury of late, and missed practice on Tuesday.
It appears that his status improved enough over the course of the past couple days to allow him to participate in practices on Wednesday, though. As one of Buffalo's key offensive weapons, this is what most Bills fans probably wanted to hear. Buffalo is facing one of the better defenses in the league this weekend when they match up against Von Miller and company, so they'll likely want to be as close to full strength as possible.
Johnson, 25, is having another strong season for the Bills. After breaking out for over 1000 yards receiving last season, the fourth-year pro has caught 68 passes for 872 yards and 6 touchdowns in 14 games so far this season.
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