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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Big game in preseason win

    Hodgins caught nine of 11 targets for 77 yards in Saturday's preseason win over Indianapolis. The Buffalo offense struggled early, but the team moved the ball well once third-stringer Matt Barkley took over at quarterback, at which point Hodgins and rookie teammate Khalil Shakir became the stars. Those two are in a tight competition with several receivers for the final spot or two over the preseason, though the Bills could start the season with six wideouts if players like Hodgins keep making such a strong case for the final roster.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Shines in practice

    Hodgins scored two touchdowns during Monday's 11-on-11 sessions, Grace Heidinger of the Bills' official site reports. Coach Sean McDermott stated that he feels Hodgins is playing his best football and is impressed with the way he's played throughout camp. While Stefon Diggs, Gabriel Davis and Isaiah McKenzie seem like locks to make the team, there's a logjam of players trying to land the last 2-to-3 available spots. Hodgins, a sixth-round rookie from 2020, has struggled with injuries to date in his pro career, but he's healthy now and appears to be making his case for a spot on the final roster.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Returns to action

    Hodgins (undisclosed) was participating at minicamp Wednesday, Matt Parrino of reports. Hodgins was held out of practice last week due to the unspecified injury, but it apparently wasn't a serious issue. The 23-year-old spent most of the 2021 campaign on the practice squad and appeared in one game for Buffalo.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Dealing with injury

    Hodgins (undisclosed) was inactive for Tuesday's mandatory minicamp session, Alaina Getzenberg of reports. The wide receiver was unable to participate in Tuesday's opening day of mandatory minicamp, standing on the sideline for the session. Hodgins re-signed with the Bills this offseason after spending the majority of the 2021 campaign on the team's practice squad, playing four snaps on offense in his only appearance on the active roster. He remains buried on the depth chart behind the likes of Stefon Diggs, Gabriel Davis and Jamison Crowder, among others.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Sticks with Bills

    Hodgins signed a reserve/future contract with the Bills on Monday. Hodgins spent the season on Buffalo's practice squad after failing to make the season-opening roster. The 2020 sixth-round pick was elevated for one game this year and played four offensive snaps without receiving a target.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Elevated ahead of big game

    Hodgins was elevated from the Bills' practice squad Friday. Hodgins has yet to play a pro offensive snap after being drafted by the Bills in the sixth round of the 2020 Draft. That could change Sunday in New England, as the Bills are depleted on offense due to a heavy COVID-19 impact -- notably, receivers Cole Beasley and Gabriel Davis are in the protocols and will miss the game -- so the team will have to dial up some plays for folks like Hodgins who normally woudn't be out there. We'll see if he's made active with Sunday's roster announcement, but that seems like a likely path right now even if it's just to put Hodgins on special teams.
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  • Isaiah Hodgins: Can't eke out roster spot

    Hodgins (knee) was waived by Buffalo on Tuesday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. In the end, a knee injury cost him a chance to make a late run at Jake Kumerow and Marquez Stevenson for a final receiver spot. The Bills run plenty of four-wide and even five-wide sets, so we imagine the team has an eye on getting Hodgins onto the practice squad if no other team claims him, especially since he was putting together a strong training camp prior to the injury.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Considered day-to-day

    Hodgins (knee) is considered day-to-day, but he may be able to practice within the next week, Sal Capaccio of WGR Sports Radio 550 Buffalo reports. The knee issue emerged for Hodgins in the team's first preseason game Aug. 13, and he has yet to retake the field. Hodgins had some momentum with strong reviews from the coaching staff regarding his play at OTAs and early on in training camp. However, this injury seemingly puts his roster spot in jeopardy, as he's also competing with Jake Kumerow and Marquez Stevenson for a role among the receiver corps.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Not playing Saturday

    Hodgins (knee) will not play Saturday against the Bears, Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News reports. The second-year wide receiver is competing for one of the team's final roster spots so this is obviously not an ideal situation. The likes of Jake Kumerow, Marquez Stevenson and Brandon Powell could see more playing time as a result.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Sits out Monday

    Hodgins missed Monday's practice due to a knee injury suffered in Friday's preseason win over Detroit, Maddy Glab of the Bills' official site reports. While we'll see if the second-year man can get some work in ahead of the second preseason game Saturday, any missed time could prove costly since there's a pretty close battle going on ahead of the season for the last 1-to-2 spots in the receiving corps.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Making strong early impression

    Hodgins has received praise from coach Sean McDermott and quarterback Josh Allen for his impressive work during OTAs and minicamp after posting a standout performance in the sessions, Marcel Louis-Jacques of reports. Hodgins reportedly impressed during last year's training camp as well but was sidelined before the season began by a shoulder injury that required surgery, and he never returned. He essentially enters 2021 as a rookie and has a lot of talent ahead of him, so he will need to continue impressing in training camp if he wants to secure a spot on the final roster. Hodgins should at least have some preseason action in 2021 to show what he can do.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Returns to practice

    The Bills designated Hodgins (shoulder) to return from injured reserve Monday, opening the 21-day window for him to be activated, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports. The rookie sixth-round pick showed enough in training camp to make the active roster, but he was subsequently placed on IR before playing a game. The 6-foot-3, 210-pound wide receiver is eligible to play in the Week 12 matchup against the Chargers if the upcoming practice week goes well. Rookie Gabriel Davis has already proven to be an effective depth option for the Bills, so Hodgins will shoot for the No. 5 receiver role once he's ready.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Opportunity for 2020

    Offensive coordinator Brian Daboll cited Hodgins' size as an asset this week as something the team hopes to put to good use this season, Maddy Glab of the Bills' official site reports. "They're bigger guys, size guys," Daboll said in reference to Hodgins and fellow rookie Gabriel Davis. "Both the type of men they are and really the type of player, tough physical guys that have good ball skills, are not afraid and provide us a little bit of size." The team's top three receiving spots are spoken for between Stefon Diggs, John Brown and Cole Beasley, but beyond that, the No. 4 role is completely up for grabs. Hodgins is slightly taller than fellow rookie Davis, but he was also drafted two rounds later. He'll get a fair shot at a roster spot, though this is a receiving corps that runs pretty deep. Just because he's slightly taller than most, at minimum Hodgins will have to beat out at least one of his taller teammates in Davis and Duke Williams, and maybe both. Given the short learning period in this pandemic year, Hodgins' upside seems to be a final roster spot, though at worst there's room on the practice squad for a guy with his upside.
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  • Bills' Isaiah Hodgins: Buffalo adds in sixth round

    The Bills selected Hodgins in the sixth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, 207th overall. Hodgins (6-foot-4, 210 pounds) doesn't offer much speed out of Oregon State (4.61-second 40), but he was a uniquely productive player there and offers uncommon promise for a sixth-round pick. Hodgins' athletic testing was solid aside from his long speed; moreover, his 36.5-inch vertical and 124-inch broad jump indicate short-area explosiveness. Hodgins' ball skills and coordination really stand out on tape, and it's impressive that he totaled 2,322 yards and 20 touchdowns before turning 22 this fall. There's a decent chance he proves a better NFL player than Gabriel Davis, whom the Bills selected in the fourth round out of UCF.
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