According to Mark Graughan with The Buffalo News, Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stevie Johnson and cornerback Stephon Gilmore will be game-time decisions this Sunday when the Bills host the Cincinnati Bengals. Gilmore is coming off a broken hand but practiced on Friday.
Johnson, who has been on the west coast attending a funeral after a death in the family is scheduled to return to town Friday evening. Both are listed as questionable and their activation will be determined during pregame warmups.
"I really think at the end of the day Stevie and Gilmore will be a game-time decision," Marrone said via BuffaloNews.com. "I feel good about everybody else."
Bills running back C.J. Spiller (ankle) is also questionable. The remaining players are listed as probable, including safety Jairus Byrd who figures to make his regular season debut after dealing with plantar fasciitis.