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Isaiah McKenzie agrees to terms with Bills


Buffalo brought a multi-faceted receiver back to the roster on Tuesday as WR Isaiah McKenzie agreed to terms with the club on a one-year contract.

McKenzie, who turns 25 next month, has spent the past two seasons with the Bills. In 2019, the speed receiver saw his role on offense expand as he was used primarily on jet sweeps and other plays to the wide areas to take advantage of his elite speed.

Scroll through to view the players at each position on Buffalo's offense that are currently on or reported to be on the roster prior to the NFL Draft.

Last season, McKenzie set single-season career highs in receptions and receiving yards and offered chunk play ability with three plays of 20 yards or more as a role player.

He entered the offseason as a restricted free agent, but the Bills did not extend McKenzie a qualifying tender offer. In the end the two sides agreed on a different one-year pact.

McKenzie also offers return ability and is expected to be one of the understudies to Buffalo's primary returner and fellow receiver Andre Roberts. 

The return of McKenzie gives Buffalo nine total receivers on the offseason roster at this point.

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