Johnson (quadriceps) will play in Sunday's game against the Panthers. Johnson's questionable status was likely precautionary since it was reported Friday that he was expected to play. He isn't expected to be limited and should see his normal role as a backup corner.
Johnson (quadriceps) was a limited participant in Friday's practice and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Panthers. It was reported Thursday that Johnson would be ready for Sunday's contest, so the questionable tag is likely just a precautionary measure. Johnson played 46 snaps and made six tackles as a reserve cornerback in Week 1.
Johnson (quadriceps) will be ready for Sunday's game after being limited in Thursday's practice, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. Johnson proved in Week 1 that he fit into head coach Sean McDermott's scheme, having played 46 snaps and making six tackles (three solo). He still slots into the No. 3 cornerback role, so it's tough to say he'll be a serious fantasy contributor.
Johnson was limited during Thursday's practice due to a quad injury, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. Johnson was able to practice to some degree, so that lends hope to the idea of him being able to face his former teammates Sunday in Carolina.
Johnson signed a contract with the Bills on Friday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports. This signing makes sense, considering that Johnson that was a member of new Bills head coach Sean McDermott's defense last season, when McDermott was the defensive coordinator for the Panthers. Now in Buffalo, the six-year veteran will likely compete for a prominent role in a Bills secondary that needs to replace the departed Stephon Gilmore.
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