By Tim Graham
The Buffalo Bills' injury report is notable for names that don't appear on it.
Only three players didn't practice today, and all of them could play Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers:
- Wide receiver Marquise Goodwin (hamstring)
- Wide receiver Robert Woods (ankle)
- Defensive tackle Kyle Williams (Achilles)
Everybody else was a full participant. Nobody was listed as limited.
That means quarterback EJ Manuel, running backs C.J. Spiller and Fred Jackson, receiver Stevie Johnson and defensive end Mario Williams are healthy.
Manuel has missed the past four games with a knee injury. Spiller (ankle), Jackson (knee), Johnson (hip) and Mario Williams (hip) all were listed on last week's injury report.
Today was the first time Spiller hadn't been on the injury report since before the Week Four game against the Baltimore Ravens.
"That's exciting," Marrone said. "The more we can get his hands on the ball, there's an opportunity for him to make a big play. That's something we're always striving to do."
Kyle Williams regularly sits out Wednesday's practice to cool his heels.
Goodwin and Woods are recovering from injuries suffered in Sunday's loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. Their availability is less certain.
Marrone said "I don't feel as good about Robert Woods being able to play," but said Goodwin is expected to practice some Thursday.
Woods is a versatile receiver who can play inside and outside. If Woods doesn't dress, then Chris Hogan would pick up some inside duties, and Marcus Easley could help on the outside.