Bills v. Jets Injury Report: Stevie Johnson Officially Questionable

Aug 25, 2012; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Buffalo Bills wide receiver Steve Johnson (13) on the sideline during the second half of the game against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Steelers beat the Bills 38-7. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-US PRESSWIRE

The Buffalo Bills have released their injury report for Sunday's Week 1 matchup with the New York Jets, and wide receiver Stevie Johnson has officially been listed as questionable for the game.

After missing practice entirely on Thursday, there were some creeping doubts as to Johnson's availability, but he participated in practice on Friday and is fully expected to suit up against Darrelle Revis despite his questionable designation.

In other news, both receiver Brad Smith (groin) and right guard Kraig Urbik (back) are listed as probable. Both of those players missed portions of practice this week, but were participants on Friday, with Smith participating fully. Urbik will start and back up at center, while Smith will play special teams and sneak onto the field in Wildcat formations on occasion.

The Jets have not yet released a full injury report, but the players to watch on that front include tight end Dustin Keller and nose tackle Sione Pouha. Rex Ryan has sounded optimistic all week that both will play, but things are still up in the air for both key starters.

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