Bills agree to terms with wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie

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The Bills are getting their Swiss army knife back. Wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie has agreed to terms on a two-year deal with Buffalo.

McKenzie has been an important leader and role player on offense and special teams during his four seasons with the Bills. He has been a versatile weapon for Buffalo and his larger than life personality has played an influential role in the locker room.

McKenzie was originally claimed off waivers via the Denver Broncos in 2018.

The wide receiver played in 15 games in 2021 and totaled 20 catches, 178 receiving yards and one touchdown. McKenzie also returned 24 kickoffs for an average of 24.3 yards per return and 19 punts for 147 return yards this past season.

The Georgia product had career highs against the Patriots in Week 16 where he recorded 11 catches for 125 receiving yards in a 33-21 victory.

Since coming to Buffalo, McKenzie has played in 53 games and racked up 94 catches, 893 receiving yards and 10 total touchdowns. On special teams, the Miami native has 41 kick returns for 918 yards and 35 punt returns for 322 yards in four seasons with the Bills.

One of his most memorable games came against the Miami Dolphins during the 2020 season where McKenzie scored a career-high three touchdowns, including a punt return in the season finale

McKenzie was a fifth-round pick by the Broncos in the 2017 NFL Draft out of the University of Georgia.

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