When the Buffalo Bills take on the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, it’ll be the second consecutive week with nearly their entire roster available to play. In Buffalo’s final practice report of the week, only Jaquan Johnson (ankle) has been ruled out of the game. No one else is even questionable to play.
Johnson wasn’t able to practice at all this week. The second-year safety has been one of the team’s core special teams contributors, playing 63 percent of snaps on teams. He has two tackles this year.
Jon Feliciano (knee/foot), Quinton Jefferson (hip), and Andre Roberts (Achilles) were all limited at some point in practice this week, but all three of them practiced fully on Friday. Josh Allen (knee/ankle) was a full participant all week long. All four of those players are expected to play this weekend.
On the Steelers front, Buffalo’s opponent activated center Maurkice Pouncey from the COVID-19 reserve list today. They’re also getting kicker Chris Boswell back from a hip injury. On the other hand, both cornerback Joe Haden and linebacker Robert Spillane were ruled out of the game. Linebacker Vince Williams also won’t play, being on COVID-19 reserve.