Browns Injury Report: James-Michael Johnson Returns To Practice, Alex Smith Still Out

The Cleveland Browns released their final injury report of the week on Friday afternoon and, though there were a few changes to the practice report, it seems as though Sunday's inactive players will be as everyone expected throughout the week.

The Buffalo Bills won't have to worry about linebacker James-Michael Johnson and tight end Alex Smith as both were ruled out for this weekend's game. The fact that Johnson is listed as out is most interesting because Johnson actually returned to practice, albeit on a limited basis according to the injury report, for Friday.

Aside from those two players, wide receiver Joshua Cribbs, defensive Juqua Parker and defensive back Ray Ventrone have all been listed as questionable after being limited in Friday's practice. Oniel Cousins, Scott Fujita, Greg Little, Trent Richardson and Billy Winn were listed as probable after all completing Friday's entire practice.

For more Browns coverage, check out Dawgs By Nature and SB Nation Cleveland. To stay updated on Cleveland's matchup against the Buffalo Bills, stay on this StoryStream.

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