ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. — Buffalo Bills receiver Stevie Johnson missed practice Thursday because of a sore groin that has been bothering him for about a month.
Coach Chan Gailey said Johnson was just given the day off, and fully anticipates Johnson to play Sunday when the Bills (1-0) play host to the Oakland Raiders (1-0).
Johnson appeared to tweak the injury in a position drill on Wednesday during the portion that reporters were able to watch. He took a few repetitions off before returning.
The four-year veteran led the Bills with 82 catches last season, and had four receptions for 66 yards and a touchdown in Buffalo's season-opening 41-7 win over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
Defensive lineman Torell Troup (back) and linebacker Arthur Moats (knee) were both limited again on Thursday.