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Nov 26, 2023 0 0 0 0
Oct 26, 2023 0 0 0 0
Player Outlook
Until Isabella finds meaningful playing time, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to rosters.

Fantasy Stats

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2023 0.00 0.00
2022 2 21 10.50 1 1.00 20.4
2021 1 13 13.00 0.00 10.1
3y Avg. 8 86 10.75 1 -2 -2.00 60.7

Fantasy News

  • Bills' Andy Isabella: Signs with Bills

    Buffalo signed Isabella to a reserve/future contract Monday. Isabella was active for the Bills' divisional-round loss versus the Chiefs, and now he'll get a chance to compete for a spot on Buffalo's 53-man roster for 2024. Over four games this season (including playoffs), he drew one target, which he failed to haul in, and two kick returns for 44 yards.
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  • Bills' Andy Isabella: Elevated for Sunday

    The Bills elevated Isabella to the active roster Saturday. Isabella was promoted from the practice squad for the Bills' AFC wild-card victory over the Steelers. He returned one kickoff for 19 yards and did not haul in his lone target. With Gabe Davis (knee) ruled out for Sunday's AFC divisional round contest against the Chiefs, Isabella will likely see the playing field, albeit in a limited role on special teams.
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  • Andy Isabella: Reverts to practice squad

    Isabella reverted to Buffalo's practice squad Tuesday, per the NFL's transaction log. Isabella had a 19-yard kickoff return and didn't catch his only target in Monday's 31-17 wild-card round win over the Steelers. He played seven snaps on offense and 14 on special teams. The wide receiver will be a candidate to be elevated prior to Sunday's divisional round home game against the Chiefs.
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  • Bills' Andy Isabella: Bumped up from practice squad

    Isabella was elevated to the active roster from the practice squad Sunday. Isabella will receive his first opportunity with the Bills since Week 12 as the team prepares to take the field against the Steelers on Monday without Gabe Davis (knee). The former has been on Buffalo's practice squad since the season started, receiving two elevations, which resulted in just one snap on offense.
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  • Andy Isabella: Reverts to practice squad

    The Bills reverted Isabella to their practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. Isabella was elevated to the active roster ahead of Sunday's Week 12 loss to the Eagles, and he didn't see any targets on two offensive snaps. The veteran wideout was more impactful on special teams, totaling 12 snaps and returning one kickoff for 25 yards. Isabella has been elevated from the practice squad twice this season, so the Bills can elevate him one more time before they'd have to sign him to the active roster in order to utilize him on gameday.
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  • Bills' Andy Isabella: Elevated for Sunday

    The Bills elevated Isabella from their practice squad Saturday. This is the second time Isabella has been elevated to the active roster this season since joining the Bills' practice squad Aug. 30. In his first appearance in Week 8 against the Buccaneers, Isabella played nine snaps on special teams without recording a stat.
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  • Andy Isabella: Practice squad bound

    Isabella was reverted back to the Bills' practice squad Friday, per the NFL's transaction log. The 2019 second-round pick was promoted to Buffalo's active roster ahead of the team's Thursday night affair, but he's since been reverted back to the practice squad. Isabella has recorded 33 receptions for 447 yards and three touchdowns throughout his five-year NFL career.
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  • Bills' Andy Isabella: Gets elevated for Thursday

    Buffalo elevated Isabella from its practice squad to the active roster for Thursday's game versus Tampa Bay. Isabella is in position to make his 2023 debut in Week 8 on Thursday Night Football. Barring an injury to Stefon Diggs or Gabe Davis though, his theoretical path to significant playing time is difficult to see.
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  • Andy Isabella: Sticks with Bills' practice squad

    Isabella signed with the Bills' practice squad Wednesday, Sal Maiorana of the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reports. Isabella was cut by Buffalo on Tuesday, but he'll stick around on the organization's practice squad. The 2019 second-round pick of the Cardinals has appeared in 41 NFL games between Arizona and Baltimore.
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  • Andy Isabella: Misses final roster

    Isabella has been cut by the Bills, Sal Maiorana of the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle reports. The former Arizona Cardinal had some bright spots in the preseason, but in the end the Bills will go with other "maybes" such as Trent Sherfield and Justin Shorter to fill out their wide receiver room. Isabella offers enough speed and kick return ability that he's probably not out of NFL chances.
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  • Bills' Andy Isabella: Key role in preseason win

    Isabella caught all three targets for 42 yards in Buffalo's preseason win over the Colts on Saturday. He also returned three kickoffs for 48 yards and one punt for five yards. Isabella is one of the newest members of the Bills, signing July 28, and it's a crowded receiver room that he's walked into. However, with running back Nyheim Hines being lost for the season with a knee injury, the Bills are looking for speed in terms of depth and being able to return kicks. Isabella will have to leapfrog a few people to land a spot on the team, but he's off to a good start.
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  • Bills' Andy Isabella: Links up with Buffalo

    Isabella is signing with the Bills, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. The 2019 second-round pick is an undersized receiver with sub-4.4 speed, now on his third NFL team after spending three-plus seasons with the Cardinals and most of last year with the Ravens. Isabella will turn 27 midseason and will need to compete with a slew of young players for a spot at the bottom of the depth chart in Buffalo.
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  • Andy Isabella: Released by Baltimore

    Isabella was released by the Ravens on Tuesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Isabella signed with the Ravens' practice squad in October and was elevated to the active roster twice before the conclusion of the 2022 campaign, but he will now look for a new squad ahead of the 2023 campaign. The 2019 second-round pick by the Cardinals has struggled to be productive over his four-year NFL career, so he'll look to turn that around wherever he ends up next.
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  • Andy Isabella: Reverts to practice squad

    Isabella reverted to Baltimore's practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. Isabella was elevated for a third (and final) time during the wild-card loss to Cincinnati but failed to log any counting stats across three offensive snaps. He made five appearances during the 2022 campaign (three with Arizona and two with Baltimore) and caught two of five targets for 21 yards, which all came as a Cardinal.
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  • Ravens' Andy Isabella: Jumps up from practice squad

    The Ravens elevated Isabella (thigh) from the practice squad to the active roster Saturday ahead of Sunday's wild-card game at Cincinnati, Ryan Mink of the team's official site reports. This marks Isabella's third (and final) elevation of the 2022 season and his first since injuring his thigh Week 17 versus the Steelers. Considering he's back on the active roster, the health concern is behind him, and with Tylan Wallace (hamstring) hitting IR on Saturday, Isabella could be more utilized on offense this weekend than in prior games, with Demarcus Robinson, Sammy Watkins, James Proche and fellow practice-squad call-up Binjimen Victor serving as Baltimore's other healthy wide receivers.
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  • Andy Isabella: Shifts back to practice squad

    Isabella reverted to Baltimore's practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Isabella was promoted to the active roster for the second time in as many weeks ahead of Sunday's loss to Pittsburgh. He wound up logging a one-yard rush while playing three of his six snaps on offense, and he was forced out with a thigh injury during the third quarter. It's unclear if this issue will affect his availability for the Ravens' regular-season finale, but he should still be considered a top candidate for a depth role in the team's undermanned receiving corps when healthy.
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  • Ravens' Andy Isabella: Injures thigh Sunday

    Isabella suffered a thigh injury during Sunday's game against the Steelers. Prior to his exit in the third quarter, Isabella had one carry for one yard. The Ravens elevated him from the practice squad for Week 17 action, so he'll revert back for a second consecutive week Monday.
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  • Ravens' Andy Isabella: Elevated to active roster

    The Ravens elevated Isabella from their practice squad to the active roster Saturday ahead of the Week 17 contest against the Steelers, Field Yates of ESPN reports. This marks Isabella's second straight elevation for Baltimore, as he played three offensive snaps and five special-teams snaps last week against Atlanta. The fourth-year wideout also played in three games for the Cardinals earlier this season, catching two passes on five targets for 21 yards. The Ravens' passing game has been fairly unproductive of late with Tyler Huntley -- who will start Sunday against Pittsburgh -- at the helm in place of Lamar Jackson (knee).
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  • Andy Isabella: Back to practice squad

    Isabella reverted to Baltimore's practice squad Monday. The speedster primarily played on special teams Saturday despite questionable depth at wide receiver for the Ravens. It's hard to imagine the 2019 second-round pick really carving out a substantial fantasy role, but the offense could improve if Lamar Jackson (knee) is able to return in Week 17.
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  • Andy Isabella: Finally joins Ravens

    Isabella signed with the Ravens' practice squad Monday, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. Isabella was believed to have signed with the Ravens' practice squad Wednesday, however, it was reported Saturday that no deal was reached. The move now appears to be official. In a corresponding move, the team cut fellow wide receiver Bailey Gaither from the practice squad. .
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