Hamstring injuries can be tough, especially for wide receivers, who need to get to top speed, gear down, get in and out of breaks and accelerate again. That puts a lot of stress on hamstrings, but Marquise Goodwin made good progress this week and looks like he’ll be available for Sunday’s game in Pittsburgh.
Goodwin participated fully in practice on Friday after working on limited basis Thursday.
“He’s good to go,” said head coach Doug Marrone, who listed his speed receiver as probable.
Goodwin suffered a hamstring strain last week against the Chiefs in the second half. The rookie wideout has been the team’s most reliable deep threat thus far this season and also is the primary kick returner.
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