Johnson (quadriceps) is scheduled to play against Buffalo on Sunday. Johnson has missed the last five games with the quadriceps injury, but he's on track to reclaim his starting role with full practices Thursday and Friday. Darryl Roberts should once again serve as the Jets' nickel back in a fantastic matchup against a putrid Bills offense.
Johnson (quadriceps) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, Andy Vasquez of The Bergen Record reports. Johnson was limited in practice to begin the week, so his full participation is encouraging. The veteran cornerback has not seen the field since sustaining a quadriceps injury in Week 4, but he appears to be nearing a return to full health. Barring any setbacks, it seems that Johnson could suit up for Sunday's contest with the Bills.
Johnson (quadriceps) was a limited participant in practice Wednesday. Johnson practiced last week for the first time since sustaining the injury in Week 4 but still has yet to play in a game. Starting off the week with a limited practice -- as opposed to not practicing at all -- bodes well for his gameday status. Johnson's practice capacities later this week should help to paint a better picture for whether he will play Sunday.
Johnson (quadriceps) won't play in Sunday's game against Miami. The news comes as little surprise given Johnson's extended absence and doubtful designation entering Sunday. Johnson's inactive status marks the fifth consecutive game in which he has been forced to the sidelines. There's a chance he'll be ready for next week's game against Buffalo, but look for Darryl Roberts to continue working alongside Morris Claiborne with Johnson out.
Johnson (quadriceps) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Dolphins. Johnson has missed the last four games with the quad issue and appears headed for a fifth straight absence. Daryl Roberts is likely to grab another start at cornerback should Johnson be ultimately ruled out.