Buffalo Bills Isaiah McKenzie injury update
Buffalo Bills Isaiah McKenzie was a big scratch for the team in the Wild Card round. The wide receiver was dealing with a hamstring injury and missed the Bills’ win over the Miami Dolphins Sunday. He’s one player the Bills were hoping to have back before their Divisional contest against the Cincinnati Bengals.
McKenzie has had a solid year for the Bills. He has 423 yards receiving, and four touchdown catches this season. That put him fourth on the list and third among wide receivers for the most receiving yards for the Bills in the regular season. Fortunately for the Bills, it looks like he should be able to play Sunday.
According to Adam Schefter with ESPN, McKenzie was a full participant in Wednesday’s practice. McKenzie appears to be on his way to play against the Bengals.
Bills’ WR Isaiah McKenzie, who missed Sunday’s wild-card round due to a hamstring injury, was a full participant in practice today, and is on track to play in Sunday’s divisional round vs. the Bengals.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) January 18, 2023
The Bills need all hands on deck before their home game against the defending AFC Champions. Both teams survived surprising scares against their divisional rivals last week. One would expect both teams to play a close game this week, hopefully at a higher level.
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