Bills re-sign Isaiah McKenzie

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Wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie is headed back to the Bills.

McKenzie was not tendered as a restricted free agent earlier this month, but his agents announced on Tuesday that McKenzie has signed a new deal with the team. No terms were announced.

McKenzie was a Broncos fifth-round pick in 2017 and came to the Bills as a waiver claim in November 2018. He served as a kick and punt returner that year, but the arrival of Andre Roberts in 2019 meant that he made most of his contributions on offense.

McKenzie played 15 games, started eight of them and finished the year with 27 catches for 254 yards and a touchdown. He also ran eight times for 49 yards.

In addition to re-signing McKenzie and Robert Foster, the Bills have also added Stefon Diggs to a wide receiver group that includes Roberts, John Brown, Cole Beasley and Duke Williams.

7 responses to “Bills re-sign Isaiah McKenzie

  1. Diggs, Brown, Beasley locks to start. Foster, Mckenzie, Williams, Roberts (KR)can’t imagine all 4 make the team. Plus, if they draft a WR early 2 of these guys will get cut.

  2. joetoronto says:
    March 24, 2020 at 1:01 pm
    He instantly became the best QB on the team even though he’s a WR.

    #trashallensucks

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    billswillmovesoonandiwillcrylikeababy says:
    March 24, 2020 at 1:44 pm
    Too bad we have Trash Allen, we need a decent QB.
    ________________________________________________________________________________________
    You sure live a sad, sad life. Any Bills comment, you are right on it. It’s a shame isn’t it that Toronto doesn’t have an NFL team and you have to pull for a bunch of losers the Raiders? Carr stinks, the Raiders stink, and you are still you. Just lose baby.

  3. Trolls…Can’t live with them, pass the beer nuts!

    I wish there was some actual facts behind these statements, but I guess that’s the world we live in now…False truths to support a narrative.

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