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    Getty Isaiah McKenzie reacts after a kick return touchdown is called back for a penalty in a game against the Tennessee Titans. Buffalo Bills playmaker Isaiah McKenzie won’t play in the team’s Thanksgiving matchup against the New Orleans Saints after a surprise scratch. If McKenzie’s Twitter proclamation is true, Bills fans may not see him again this season. The team’s wide receiver and kick returner, one of the most explosive players on an already talented offense, wrote on Twitter that he is “out for the season.” McKenzie did not offer any further details, and had not been listed on the team’s injury report at any point during the days leading up to Thursday’s game. Out for the season — Isaiah McKenzie (@_IsaiahMcKenzie) November 25, 2021 The latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bills! McKenzie Out Against SaintsMcKenzie has served as the team’s primary punt and kick returner this season, but that job appeared to be in jeopardy as the team activated speedy rookie Marquez Stevenson from...
    Getty C.J. Mosley #57 of the New York Jets goes to tackles Isaiah McKenzie #19 of the Buffalo Bills after making a catch in the first quarter at MetLife Stadium on November 14, 2021 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Buffalo Bills put on a dominating performance against the New York Jets on Sunday, a game in which numerous members of both the offense and defense made significant plays leading to their 45-17 victory. Following a disappointing loss in Jacksonville last week, wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie was incredibly amped before kickoff at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford. “Bills warming up and Isaiah McKenzie rounded up the receivers and was screaming in the faces of Stefon Diggs, Emmanuel Sanders, Cole Beasley & Gabriel Davis. Guessing energy isn’t going to be an issue this week,” Bills beat reporter Matt Parrino tweeted. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bills! Wheels brought to you by @_IsaiahMcKenzie. ????: @NFLonCBS pic.twitter.com/tygQCnnAjS — Buffalo Bills (@BuffaloBills) November 14, 2021...
    Getty Isaiah McKenzie reacts to a holding penalty after he returned a kickoff for a touchdown against the Tennessee Titans. Isaiah McKenzie has given the Buffalo Bills a boost in the return game, but his mistake-prone play has also earned the criticism of his coach and could have his job at risk. McKenzie took over the role as the team’s kick and punt returner this season after the departure of All Pro Andre Roberts, and has excelled at turning the field for the Bills. He is one of the league’s top specialists, averaging 25.5 yards per kick return and 8.1 yards per punt return. But McKenzie has also had issues with ball security, which earned the attention of Bills coach Sean McDermott this week. The latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bills! McKenzie’s Miscue Against DolphinsThe Buffalo’s 26-11 win over the Miami Dolphins on October 31, McKenzie tried to field a punt at the 8-yard line but muffed it, with the ball squirting into the endzone...
    Getty Desmond King attempts a tackle in a game against the Buffalo Bills. The Buffalo Bills may have few obvious holes heading into the trade deadline, but one insider speculates that the team could make an upgrade to the secondary that doubles as a boost for the return game. With the November 2 trade deadline arriving, many close to the Bills believe that the team won’t be looking to make any major moves — though could be in the market to buy if they can find a player to help boost what the team hopes will be a Super Bowl run. That could mean a deal with the Houston Texans, a team expected to be in sell mode at the deadline. The latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bills! Bills May Target Texans CBMatt Warren of SB Nation’s Buffalo Rumbings broke down the potential moves the Bills could make at the deadline, noting that the secondary could use a boost. He suggested the Bills look at...
    Buffalo Bills receiver Isaiah McKenzie recently shared an incredible story about why he de-committed from Notre Dame. McKenzie was originally committed to play for the Fighting Irish, but ultimately ended up playing for the Georgia Bulldogs. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Why did he choose to not go to South Bend? Well, as he revealed on his new podcast, a coach told him players weren’t allowed to have sex. Without knowing if the coach was kidding or not, McKenzie dipped and landed in Athens. You can listen to him break it down below. Welp, I never knew this about Notre Dame. Isaiah McKenzie decommitted for, uh, a very specific reason. (Full ep above) pic.twitter.com/fMQoDXJJ9H — Tyler Dunne (@TyDunne) October 6, 2021 This is hands down one of the funniest things I’ve heard in the world of sports. It’s nothing short of incredible. That coach had to feel like such an idiot. Imagine telling a major recruit and future NFL player that he can’t have sex and he ends up de-committing. Just picturing that...
    Other projects from The Office cast that are worth your time How Much You Should Have in Your Retirement Fund at Ages 30, 40, 50 and 60 © Provided by Sports Illustrated McKenzie got his first dose of the vaccine two days after the NFL fined him for violating COVID-19 protocols for unvaccinated players. View the original article to see embedded media.Bills wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie got his first COVID-19 vaccine two days after the NFL fined him for violating the league’s COVID-19 protocols for unvaccinated players in not wearing a mask inside the team’s facility. McKenzie posted a picture of himself on Instagram holding a vaccination card on Saturday, indicating that he received the first dose of the vaccine. He wrote "For the greater good" as the caption. On Thursday, McKenzie tweeted stating “They got me! @NFL you win!” that included a copy of the letter from the league stating that he violated COVID-19 protocols. Thursday's violation was McKenzie's second after the NFL issued him a warning a day before Buffalo opened training camp on July 27.  As a result of...
    The films of David Fincher, ranked What Income Level Is Considered Middle Class in Your State? Buffalo Bills receiver Isaiah McKenzie won't be fined by the NFL again. Days after he was disciplined by the league for not wearing a mask, McKenzie apparently received a COVID-19 vaccine. McKenzie sent out an image on his Instagram story Saturday showing off his COVID-19 vaccine card. The caption on the photo read: "For the greater good." Isaiah McKenzie just posted this on Instagram, days after being fined by NFL for mask violation as unvaccinated player. #Bills pic.twitter.com/LtVfVNPtWe— Jon Scott (@JonScottTV) August 28, 2021 The card shows McKenzie received his first dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine Saturday. He'll be due to get his second shot during the regular season. McKenzie will technically be due to receive the shot a day before a game, but he could delay his second shot by a day or two to ensure he only misses a practice if he experiences side effects following his second Pfizer shot.  Isaiah McKenzie fined by NFL for not wearing mask McKenzie's...
    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie receives the COVID-19 vaccine after getting fined for not wearing a mask. The Buffalo Bills have been at the center of the COVID-19 vaccine topic in the NFL. Earlier this week, wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie shared a letter he received from the league, which contained a $14,650 fine for not wearing a mask in the team’s facility as an unvaccinated individual. On Saturday, prior to Buffalo’s preseason finale against the Green Bay Packers, McKenzie revealed on his Instagram account that he has received his first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. He posted a video of himself holding up his COVID-19 vaccination card with a caption reading, ” for the greater good.” Isaiah McKenzie just posted this on Instagram, days after being fined by NFL for mask violation as unvaccinated player. #Bills pic.twitter.com/LtVfVNPtWe — Jon Scott (@JonScottTV) August 28, 2021 Isaiah McKenzie receives first dose of COVID-19 vaccine following fineMcKenzie shared the letter from the league earlier this week, where he wrote “you got me, @NFL you win.” Fellow wide receiver Cole Beasley, who...
    ​​​​Buffalo Bills wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie has gotten vaccinated just days after getting fined nearly $15,000 for violating the NFL’s mask policy.  McKenzie, 26, shared the update on his Instagram Stories Saturday morning, showing his vaccination card with a caption that read "for the greater good."  BILLS’ SEAN MCDERMOTT ‘FRUSTRATED’ WITH COVID WOES: ‘THERE’S PEOPLE’S LIVELIHOODS AT STAKE' On Thursday, McKenzie shared a letter from the NFL informing him that he had been fined $14,6500 for violating the league’s mask policy while in a team facility.  "Your refusal to wear a mask occurred after you were informed that it was required for unvaccinated players as set forth in your 2021 club discipline schedule and as reiterated by signage throughout the club facility stating that unvaccinated players may be subject to fines/discipline for failing to wear a mask," the memo read. "Your refusal to wear a mask also occurred shortly after league staff gave a presentation on Aug. 25 regarding the NFL-NFLPA COVID-19 Protocols (the 'Protocols'), including the mask-wearing requirement and that unvaccinated players are subject to fines/discipline for refusal to...
    50 women in entertainment who shattered the glass ceiling 27 Most Lucrative Side Hustles for People Over 50 © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Days after posting a letter from the NFL informing him that he was fined for failing to wear a mask, Bills wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie has posted a much more positive message. Today McKenzie posted on Instagram an image of himself holding up his vaccination card, showing he has received his first shot. McKenzie captioned the image, “For the greater good.” McKenzie is right: It is for the greater good. It’s not just about McKenzie’s own health, or about his own paycheck getting docked by the NFL. It’s about the entire society, which needs to get virtually everyone vaccinated so that we can end the COVID-19 pandemic. Unlike his teammate Cole Beasley, who has stridently refused to get vaccinated, McKenzie was willing to listen to the experts who are telling him that the vaccine is safe and effective, and to the NFL, which has made it...
    Isaiya McKenzie, the Buffalo Pills player who chose not to be vaccinated against Covid 19, was disciplined by the NFL for failing to wear a face mask several times at his team’s facilities. McKenzie is repeatedly convicted of NFL-approved health and safety measures. On July 27, the recipient received a letter stating that he would be punished for the next offense. The 26-year-old shared the league’s most recent statement on his Twitter account, with paradoxical words: “They got me! NFL, you win! We know that McKenzie failed to wear his mask twice in the interior infrastructure of Millions on Wednesday afternoon. On the same day, he and his team members received a presentation on the fines imposed on them for violating the new rules. “For players like you, who have not been fully vaccinated against Covid 19, your conduct is explicitly prohibited by ethics. Again, your behavior may compromise your safety, but may also affect the safety of others, as well as the ability to conduct league club training camps safely.” Sanctions against McKenzie were not mentioned, but in another...
    BUFFALO Bills players Isaiah McKenzie and Cole Beasley are in hot water with the National Football League. McKenzie was fined $14,650 according to a Twitter post he shared; it is unclear how much Beasley owes. 2The Buffalo Bills have been fining players due to strict coronavirus measuresCredit: Getty Why were Bills' players Isaiah McKenzie and Cole Beasley fined? Football players Isaiah McKenzie and Cole Beasley have been fined by the NFL for violating coronavirus protocols. McKenzie tweeted out a picture of the letter he was sent by the league showing various documented violations of the protocol.  According to the letter, the NFL fined McKenzie after he failed to wear a mask in the team facility once while walking through the indoor fieldhouse into the training room and again in the meeting area of the weight room "while gathered near other players after the offensive meeting." In addition to the violations, the NFL said it had sent a written warning to him on July 27 advising him that any other violations would be met with "increased discipline, including for conduct detrimental."...
    Getty Buffalo Bills wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie before a playoff game in January. A crazy week for Buffalo Bills wide receivers Cole Beasley and Isaiah McKenzie got even more eventful on Thursday, as both players were fined nearly $15,000 for violating NFL COVID-19 protocols. As unvaccinated players, Beasley and McKenzie are required to wear masks at the team facility, but according to a letter from the league that McKenzie posted to his Twitter account Thursday morning, he was observed on two occasions without a mask on. They got me! @NFL you win! pic.twitter.com/Ewt498wmsy — Isaiah McKenzie (@_IsaiahMcKenzie) August 26, 2021 “They got me! @NFL you win!” McKenzie tweeted, while sharing the letter. Though Beasley didn’t share any letter he had received, he re-tweeted his teammate’s message and wrote “Don’t worry they got me too. But I was wearing a mask when I was in close contact with fully vaxxed trainer who tested positive and still got sent home. So what’s the point of the mask anyways? Meanwhile I’m here still testing negative and can’t come back. Make it...
    Buffalo Bills wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie shared a letter he received from the NFL about not wearing a mask in the facility and revealed he was fined nearly $15,000 for the violation. "They got me!" he wrote in a tweet. "@NFL you win!" The letter showed that McKenzie is not fully vaccinated to protect himself against the coronavirus and detailed all the times the wide receiver didn’t wear his mask. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "Your refusal to wear a mask occurred after you were informed that it was required for unvaccinated players as set forth in your 2021 club discipline schedule and as reiterated by signage throughout the club facility stating that unvaccinated players may be subject to fines/discipline for failing to wear a mask," the memo reads. "Your refusal to wear a mask also occurred shortly after league staff gave a presentation on Aug. 25 regarding the NFL-NFLPA COVID-19 Protocols (the 'Protocols'), including the mask-wearing requirement and that unvaccinated players are subject to fines/discipline for refusal to wear a mask. In addition, by letter dated...
    The NFL is paying close attention to unvaccinated players. Buffalo Bills receiver Isaiah McKenzie tweeted a letter Thursday morning from the NFL informing him that the league knew of specific moments when he didn’t wear a mask on team grounds. Masks are required for all unvaccinated players. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Not only did the NFL know about it, but the league knew times and locations as if they had spotted him on security cameras. Read the bizarre letter below. It reads like it’s straight out of “1984.” They got me! @NFL you win! pic.twitter.com/Ewt498wmsy — Isaiah McKenzie (@_IsaiahMcKenzie) August 26, 2021 According to Tom Pelissero, McKenzie being spotted without a mask has also resulted in him being fined $14,650. Cole Beasley has also been fined for not wearing a tweet, according to Pelissero. After the NFL fined them $14,650 for refusal to wear a mask, #Bills WRs Cole Beasley and Isaiah McKenzie are now subject to increased discipline for a repeat violation — including for conduct detrimental with a maximum...
    15 Celebs Who Got Into Messy Feuds with Their Parents How Much You Should Have in Your Retirement Fund at Ages 30, 40, 50 and 60 © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Players who aren’t vaccinated must adhere to the same COVID protocols that applied in 2020. And the NFL isn’t messing around when it comes to imposing fines when lapses occur. The league, we’re told, already has fined a number of unvaccinated players for not wearing a mask. Another one has been fined this morning. Bills receiver Isaiah McKenzie shared on social media the letter he received today, requiring him to pay $14,650 for recent infractions. The league moved quickly; the behavior triggering the fine happened on Wednesday. “On August 25, 2021, at approximately 2:15 p.m. while walking through the indoor fieldhouse and into the training room, you failed to wear a mask,” the letter from the league office posted by McKenzie explains. “Then at approximately 4:35 p.m. on August 25, for several minutes, you again failed to wear...
    Selena Gomez Clarifies Her Feelings About Disney Channel Past After Backlash Cathie Wood Is More Optimistic Than Pessimistic About China © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Bills receiver Isaiah McKenzie injured a shoulder in Tuesday’s practice, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports. McKenzie is having an MIR to determine the severity of the injury. McKenzie collided with Jordan Poyer during practice and departed holding his left shoulder, via multiple reports. He re-signed with the Bills on March 23 after making 30 catches for 282 yards and five touchdowns in the regular season. He also threw a 12-yard touchdown pass. In the postseason, McKenzie added three catches for 14 yards and a score in the postseason. McKenzie’s only punt return of the year went for an 84-yard touchdown. Isaiah McKenzie injures shoulder in practice originally appeared on Pro Football Talk
    Getty Wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie #19 of the Buffalo Bills carries the ball against the defense of the Houston Texans during the AFC Wild Card Playoff game at NRG Stadium on January 04, 2020. Tuesday proved to be a rough day for the Buffalo Bills. Not only were five players sent home after a trainer tested positive for COVID-19, but a scary collision during practice took out wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie. ALL the latest Bills news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Bills newsletter here! Join Heavy on Bills! “McKenzie caught a pass from backup quarterback Mitchell Trubisky and was blindsided by safety Jordan Poyer,” Buffalo Bills Wire’s Nate Mendelson reported. “Poyer appeared to try and slow down before the collision, according to various reports from the scene.” The 26-year-old receiver “laid on the turf for several minutes following the incident and required assistance by trainers to leave the field. McKenzie did not return to practice. Play Isaiah McKenzie REALLY Likes Scoring TDsIsaiah McKenzie returns the punt 84 yards for his...
    Getty Recent buffalo Bills signee Matt Breida is ready to race Bills wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie. When the Buffalo Bills agreed to terms with the 26-year-old running back Matt Breida last week it immediately raised a question that one Bill is ready to settle. Who’s the fastest player on the Bills? After re-signing with the Bills last week, Isaiah McKenzie, who recorded Buffalo’s only punt return touchdown last season, almost immediately challenged Breida to a foot race. The newest Bill clapped right back at McKenzie for the rights to fastest player on the team. Lmao will just have to find out???????????? — Matt Breida (@MattBreida) March 25, 2021 During his first official press conference with the Bills on Monday, Breida said that he and McKenzie were going to have to settle it when they got together. “We’re gonna have to go up there and race that out,” Breida said during his video conference call. “We’ll let the racing do the talking. But in all respect, Isaiah is a great player and I played against him in college...
    ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — The Buffalo Bills are welcoming back a dynamic receiving, running and return threat after reaching an agreement to re-sign Isaiah McKenzie to a one-year contract on Tuesday. McKenzie is valued for the “gadget” role he played in scoring five touchdowns receiving, another returning a punt, and one on a 12-yard completion to quarterback Josh Allen last season. McKenzie returns for a third full season in Buffalo since being claimed by the team in 2018 after he was cut by Denver. The 25-year-old established a niche in coordinator Brian Daboll’s creative offensive scheme last season in being used as a situational fourth receiver. He finished with a career-high 30 catches and 282 yards, and scored three times (two TDs receiving and one on a 84-yard punt return) in a season-ending 56-26 win over Miami. His touchdown passing was the first of his career, and came in a 32-30 loss to Arizona in mid-November. He also had 9 yards on 10 carries. McKenzie’s role is expected to increase, particularly on special teams, after Buffalo was unable...
    Getty Josh Allen lifts Isaiah McKenzie after the two hooked up for a touchdown. The Buffalo Bills put together a special season this year, and it was driven by an offense that scored the most points per game in the AFC at the end of the regular season. It was led by an NFL MVP candidate in quarterback Josh Allen, who finished the regular season by throwing for 4,544 yards and 37 touchdowns. Wide receivers Stefon Diggs, Cole Beasley, and rookie Gabe Davis also stood out as well in the potent offense. They combined for 3,101 receiving yards and 19 touchdowns. Each receiver in the receiving corps played a special role though and that includes fourth-year receiver Isaiah McKenzie. Although he wasn’t one of Allen’s biggest targets, the 5-foot-8, 173-pound human joystick carved out a role for himself this year and caught 30 receptions for 282 yards and five touchdowns this season. But, he also contributed in other ways as he rushed 10 times for nine yards, and also completed a touchdown pass to Allen against the Arizona...
    Getty Buffalo Bills receiver Isaiah McKenzie celebrates with receiver coach Chad Hall during their matchup with the Miami Dolphins in the final week of the regular season. The Buffalo Bills had been itching for a punt return touchdown all season long and as one of the top returners in the league, some might’ve expected Andre Roberts to be the one to do it. But, that wasn’t the case on Sunday as the Bills dominated the Miami Dolphins 56-26. While Roberts rested in order to stay healthy for Buffalo’s postseason run, Bills utility man, Isaiah McKenzie, who has thrown and caught at least one touchdown this season, returned punts and kickoffs on Sunday and he finally gave Buffalo its first punt return touchdown since 2014. “The guys have been trying to get Dre (Roberts) into the end zone all year and we finally did it today,” McKenzie said during his post-game video conference call. “We talked about it all week, we want a touchdown, we want a touchdown before the season is over and we ended up getting it.”...
    The Buffalo Bills secondary receiver took to Twitter to give the Steelers’ wide receiver corp a piece of his mind  When looking at the stat line, Isaiah McKenzie wouldn’t be considered a key piece for the Buffalo Bills passing attack. One could even argue his No. 4 status has officially been taken over by rookie Gabriel Davis. Not ideal for a franchise that once remained the last undefeated team in the NFL. McKenzie and the Bills are hitting their stride at the right moment entering the final weeks. More than that, his troll game has certainly reached an all-time high. Next: Are the Bills the AFCs second-best team?
    Cardi B, Offsets maybe on-again romance continues in Atlanta, more news Wildfire threat intensifying across California, officials say Watch: Bills Isaiah McKenzie does a Flipper Anderson and Bo Jackson Josh Allen with some deception and a quick flick to Isaiah McKenzie as the Buffalo Bills came back to tie the Tennessee Titans Tuesday in a battle of unbeaten AFC teams. © Provided by Touchdown Wire Bills going into their bag at the goal line ???? @_CRADICULOUS @BuffaloBills (via @NFL)pic.twitter.com/MwhJiH5ZOU— The Checkdown (@thecheckdown) October 13, 2020 Not sure where McKenzie was going as he did his best Flipper Anderson and Bo Jackson and kept running up the tunnel after the 3-yard scoring play. Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad   MORE:Watch: Malcolm Butler picks Josh Allen off deflection NFL, NFLPA tighten COVID-19 protocols Struggling Eagles to allow 7,500 fans for game against Ravens Wil Lutz FG saves Saints in OT, bettor $1.48 million Watch: Mike Williams makes incredible catch for the Chargers
    Isaiah McKenzie gave the Bills the lead. The Buffalo Bills are playing their Tuesday Night game against the Tennessee Titans without star corner Tre’Davious White, which means the offense will need to step up to help Buffalo move to 5-0. Sean McDermott and Brian Daboll found their unlikely star in a backup wide receiver who helped them tie up the game in the first quarter. After a Josh Allen interception led to a Ryan Tannehill touchdown pass, Allen led the Bills right back down the field before handing the ball to wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie on a reverse. McKenzie skipped into the end zone to help Buffalo tie the game at 7-7. Isaiah McKenzie uses his speed to get to the pylon! #BillsMafia Bills-Titans tied at 7. ????: #BUFvsTEN on CBS????: NFL app // Yahoo Sports app: https://t.co/OpBjfUCJHl pic.twitter.com/dgYLBtfo3T — NFL (@NFL) October 13, 2020 Isaiah McKenzie made his mark for BuffaloThe Bills need a few unsung heroes to pull a few big plays out of their hat, and McKenzie has done his part by prancing into the end...
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