Stevie Johnson returns to Bills practice: Fantasy implications

Tom Szczerbowski

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson (thigh) returned to practice on Thursday. We break down the fantasy implications.

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson was back at practice on Thursday, a day after sitting out because of a thigh injury. Coach Chan Gailey said on Wednesday he wasn't overly concerned with Johnson's injury and expected him to back on the field the next day.

Johnson caught three passes for 29 yards in last week's loss to the Houston Texans. The Bills face the New England Patriots in Week 10.

Fantasy Football: Johnson has a solid fantasy matchup this week against the Patriots, so fantasy owners will like seeing that he was able to return as expected. Johnson was held to two catches earlier this season by New England but he has had at least five catches in three of the four games since.

Johnson is a strong No. 2 fantasy option at wide receiver in most formats for Week 10.

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