Buffalo Bills wide receivers Stevie Johnson and Robert Woods returned to practice Monday after missing games due to injuries, and are expected to play this Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons.
Johnson sat out one game with a groin injury and Woods missed two games with an ankle injury. The Bills are coming off a bye.
"Everybody practiced today, so we're at full strength," Bills coach Doug Marrone said Monday. "We don't expect anyone not to be available for us."
Sunday's game will be played in Toronto. It will mark the first time that rookie quarterback EJ Manuel and his top two receivers will be on the field together since Week 5.
Johnson, the Bills' top receiver with 41 receptions for 471 yards and three touchdowns, has battled multiple injuries this season while playing nine games.