Thad Lewis fully participates in practice

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Buffalo Bills quarterback Thad Lewis was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, coach Doug Marrone said.

"Feels great. I was able to get out there today and move around and do everything I normally do," Lewis said. "No limitations at all. They did a great job of treating it the last couple of days. I didn't miss a beat today, which was positive and something to look forward to going into tomorrow."

Running back C.J. Spiller, who was in uniform for the start of the practice, did not participate. Spiller has played through an ankle injury the past two games.

"I definitely wasn't 100 percent last week," Spiller said Wednesday. "I still feel like I'm not exploding."

Wide receiver Stevie Johnson (lower back) was limited, but said in the locker room afterwards that he is "80 to 85 percent" healthy.

"First day of practice, still have a few more days. But I'm feeling good. I was able to go through the entire practice, all the reps, so I feel good about my body," Johnson said.


QB EJ Manuel (knee)

RB C.J. Spiller (ankle)

DT Kyle Williams (Achilles)


WR Stevie Johnson (lower back)

CB Ron Brooks (foot)

LB Manny Lawson (hamstring)

DE Mario Williams


QB Thad Lewis (foot)