Johnson (shoulder) was seen sporting a non-contact jersey at practice Tuesday, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports. Johnson appeared to aggravate his shoulder in Week 10 against the Jets and it seems he is still nursing the injury. The rookie has seen his snap count take a hit due to the lingering injury, and has no guarantee of suiting up Sunday against the Jaguars. If Johnson is unable to play, Lafayette Pitts could see more depth/nickel snaps in his absence.
Johnson (shoulder) is "managing things" with regard to a shoulder injury that forced him to exit Sunday's win over the Jets, Sal Capaccio of WGR Sports Radio 550 Buffalo reports. Johnson appears to have aggravated a minor shoulder injury, and should be considered a question mark for a Week 12 game against the Jaguars following the Bills' bye. The rookie fourth-round pick has worked through lingering shoulder injuries throughout the entire season, and has seen his snap count limited as a result.
Johnson (shoulder) missed practice for the third straight day Friday and will not play Sunday against the Chargers, the Bills' official site reports. Although they don't have the exact same role, this could be the impetus to get veteran Vontae Davis back in the lineup. Davis was scratched in Week 1, and when Johnson was sidelined, the Bills had a tough time moving the pieces in their secondary around.