At KC (9-11): Recorded his 2nd career TD on a 3-yard reception in the 3rd quarter. Extended his reception streak to nine games.
Vs. Oak (9-18): Posted 4 receptions for 24 yards. Converted a crucial 4th-and-3 play with a nine-yard reception on the team’s final scoring drive. Broke up a potential interception on third to last play of the game.
Vs. NE (9-25): Posted his first career 100-yard receiving game with 101 yards on five receptions. Recorded a new career-long 48-yard reception in 4th quarter to help set-up a Fred Jackson TD run. His 29-yard reception on the final drive helped move the Bills into position for a game-winning FG by Rian Lindell.
At Cin (10-2): Posted three receptions for 21 yards.
Vs. Phi (10-9): Recorded two receptions for 25 yards. His 1st reception went for 18 yards and took the ball to the Philadelphia five-yard line and led to a Fred Jackson TD run on the following play. Left the game in the first quarter with an ankle injury.
At NYG (10-16), Vs. Was (10-30): Inactive (injury)
Vs. NYJ (11-6): Returned to the line-up after two weeks, posted one reception for six yards.
At Dal (11-13): Set a career-high with six receptions for 51 yards.
At Mia (11-20): Suffered an ankle injury in the first half and did not return.
Placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Nov. 22.
vs. MIA (9/12): Made hfis NFL debut. Saw action on multiple special teams units.
at GB (9/19): Recorded his first kickoff return (18 yards) Buffalo’s first kickoff return of the game. Continued to see action on multiple special teams units.
at NE (9/26): Saw action on special teams. Helped lead the way on CJ Spiller’s 95-yard kickoff return touchdown.
vs. NYJ (10/3): Recorded his first special teams tackle.
vs. JAX (10/10): Posted a career-long 31-yard kick return.
at BAL (10/24): Tied for team-lead with two special teams tackles. Recorded first special teams tackles of his NFL career.
at KC (10/31): Posted a special teams tackle.
vs. CHI (11/7): Recorded his first career NFL reception. Finished with one reception for eight yards.
vs. DET (11/14): Made his first NFL start and finished with one reception for 20 yards.
at CIN (11/21): Set career highs with five receptions and 70 yards. ... Scored his first NFL touchdown on a 28-yard touchdown reception in the 2nd quarter.
vs. PIT (11/28): Posted two repcetions for 17 yards. Earned second career NFL start.
at MIN (12/5): Extended his consecutive game with a reception streak to five games with one reception for one yard. Posted one special teams tackle. Also had a rush for two yards.
vs. CLE (12/12): Extended reception streak to six games with two receptions for 14 yards. Posted a rush for -2 yards.
at MIA (12/19): Posted one reception for a career-long 29 yards.vs. NE (12/26): Matched a career-high with five receptions for 54 yards. Established a new career-long with a 40-yard reception in third quarter. Extended reception streak to eight games.
COLLEGE: Totaled 108 catches for 1,300 yards with 13 touchdowns in two years at Youngstown State after transferring from Lackawanna (PA) Community College
2009: First-team All-Missouri Valley Conference selection…first wide receiver to serve as team captain since 1992… set a Youngstown State single-season record with 77 catches for a team-best 790 yards and six touchdowns… tied a school record for catches in a game twice with 11 vs. Missouri State and Southern Illinois… 790 yards were the most by a Penguin since 1999… caught two touchdowns vs. Austin Peay… registered a season-high 130 yards vs. MSU… named John Delserone MVP
2008: Named to the Missouri Valley Conference’s All-Newcomer Team… started 8-of12 games totaling 31 catches for team-highs in touchdowns (seven) and yards (510)… caught a touchdown in four consecutive games marking the first such streak in Youngstown football since 1992 (Herb Williams)… caught a season-best six catches vs. Indiana State and amassed a season-high 136 yards at Illinois State
2007 Junior College: Tabbed team’s Most Valuable Player and added All-North East Conference honors… led Lackawanna CC to the league title and victory over Glendale Community College at the Sun Bowl… tallied 42 receptions for 748 yards with five touchdowns
2006: Saw action in nine games collecting 11 catches for 179 yards… returned six kickoffs for 150 yards and two punts for 19 yards
PERSONAL: Communication Studies major… at Plainfield (Plainfield, NJ) High School earned all-state, all-area, all-Group IV, all-division North II and All-Watchung American Conference honors as a senior… named one of the Super 100… also played baseball
COMMUNITY: In 2010, Donald participated in the Toyota Rookie Club appearing at numerous community events throughout Western New York and Southern Ontario. The Toyota Rookie Club helps the franchises newest players become more involved in the Western New York community. Each month, Donald and all first year players did one community appearance as a group. The Toyota Rookie Club events included a visit to the Buffalo Zoo to celebrate the 12th Annual Hometown Huddle, a visit to the North York YMCA in North York, Ontario to unveil a new Youth Zone and a trip to the Northwest Buffalo Community Center in November where the Rookie Club members served Thanksgiving Dinner to approximately 350 children and families. In addition to serving food, the players introduced themselves to the community members during a brief ceremony, sat and ate with them, and signed autographs. The final Rookie Club appearance of 2010 took place at the Annual Bills Holiday Party. The Rookie Club hosted 100 children from a number of different local community organizations. The Annual Holiday Party gives children from the organizations an opportunity to celebrate the holidays with the Bills players, Jills cheerleaders, Billy Buffalo and Santa Claus. The children received a holiday dinner, pictures and autographs and gifts from a wish list that they had previously submitted.
Donald also participated in a Gatorade Junior Training Camp that was held at the Johnnie B. Wiley Amateur Athletic Pavilion in Buffalo. Donald and the other players lead the students through football-themed drills and stressed the importance of the Buffalo Bills Play 60 program and being physically active for 60 minutes a day.
He also supported the Buffalo Bills Play 60 Movement by attending the Play 60 Fitness Party in December. Over 300 children from the Buffalo Public Schools came to the Bills Fieldhouse to enjoy the fitness party. Players in attendance discussed the importance of staying active for 60 minutes a day and assisted in running the football-themed fitness stations.