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Bills vs. Buccaneers injury report: two Bills probable

The Buffalo Bills will be at full health for a second straight week, with 53 healthy players available to take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.

Tom Szczerbowski

Heading into Sunday's matchup with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Buffalo Bills have just two players on this week's injury report - and both of them are probable.

Kyle Williams, who received a rest day on Wednesday for his Achilles, practiced Thursday and Friday as usual and is probable, also as usual. Marquise Goodwin is also listed as probable after injuring his calf in practice on Thursday; he practiced in full on Friday, and is expected to play tomorrow afternoon.

Scott Chandler, who missed practiced on Thursday, is not on the injury report - his absence was due to the birth of his third child.

Things are a bit trickier for the Bucs, whose list of four players questionable to play is headlined by wide receiver Vincent Jackson. The veteran wideout missed practiced Wednesday and was limited the next two days with a hamstring issue, but is expected to play on Sunday. Also listed as questionable: wideout Chris Owusu, defensive end Da'Quan Bowers and defensive tackle Gary Gibson.

Darrelle Revis is listed as probable with a chest injury, and he'll be on the field for his pseudo-showdown with Stevie Johnson. Defensive lineman Akeem Spence and guard Davin Joseph are also probable. Carl Nicks, who has been dealing with a MRSA-related to issue all season, has been ruled out.