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Bills vs. Jets injury report: Stevie Johnson, Robert Woods ruled out

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It's official: both Stevie Johnson and Robert Woods have been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Jets by Bills head coach Doug Marrone.

Rich Schultz

Buffalo Bills head coach Doug Marrone confirmed after practice on Friday that wide receiver Stevie Johnson will not play in Sunday's game against the New York Jets.

Johnson injured his groin in the fourth quarter of last week's loss to Pittsburgh, and then missed all three days of practice this week. Robert Woods, the team's other starting receiver, had already been ruled out with an ankle injury, meaning that the Bills will take on the Jets without their top two receivers. T.J. Graham and Marquise Goodwin will likely step into the starting lineup, but you'll see a lot of Marcus Easley and Chris Hogan on Sunday, as well.

Only two other Bills players made the Week 11 injury report, and both are listed as probable after practicing in full on Thursday and Friday: defensive lineman Kyle Williams (Achilles) and safety Da'Norris Searcy (hamstring). Williams has been on the injury report every week, but has also played in every game, while Searcy appears to have quickly shaken the hamstring injury he sustained in Pittsburgh.

We'll have the full injury report for the Bills/Jets game posted here as soon as it's official.