Woods to travel with Bills to Pittsburgh

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Despite missing his second practice this week, Buffalo Bills wide receiver Robert Woods will travel with the team to Pittsburgh this weekend.

"Robert Woods, we're going to take him [to Pittsburgh]," head coach Doug Marrone said Thursday. "I don't feel as good about him being able to play."

Woods suffered an ankle injury in Sunday's loss to the Kansas City Chiefs and Marrone said he "does not feel that good" about Woods' chances to play against the Steelers.

Fellow rookie receiver Marquise Goodwin, who returned to practice Thursday from a hamstring injury, is expected to play Sunday.

"Today I felt good. I think he'll be ready to go, from what I've seen today," Marrone said. "He did practice and I liked what I saw. I feel good about that right now."

Full Bills injury report from Thursday:


WR Robert Woods (ankle)


WR Marquise Goodwin (hamstring)


QB EJ Manuel (knee)

QB Thad Lewis (ribs)

DT Kyle Williams (Achilles')