Stevie Johnson, Robert Woods return to Bills practice

Tom Szczerbowski

The Bills got a bit of relief in the wide receiver department on Monday.

The bye week was a blessing to the Bills. With a week of rest, the Bills were able to see the return of wide receivers Stevie Johnson and Robert Woods at practice on Monday, according to Mike Rodak of ESPN. Woods has been dealing with an ankle injury and Johnson has battled a groin issue for weeks.

Woods and Johnson are the Bills starters at wide receiver, so this is a big boast to their hopes of making the playoffs. At 4-7, the Bills have an outside shot at the playoffs and would need to win a good majority of their remaining five games to have a shot. With rookie quarterback E.J. Manuel back from injury, the Bills will look to get back to their early-season winning ways.

The Bills will host the Falcons in Week 13 at Ralph Wilson Stadium. It unclear whether Woods and Johnson will be able to play in the game.

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