Buffalo Bills Ex Isaiah McKenzie Suspended For Rest Of Regular Season

April 25, 2024

Former Buffalo Bills receiver Isaiah McKenzie will miss the final three games of the regular season for the Indianapolis Colts.

Former Buffalo Bills receiver Isaiah McKenzie won’t be with the Indianapolis Colts for the rest of their playoff push. 

The Colts (8-6) placed McKenzie and cornerback Tony Brown on the Reserve/Suspended list for three games due to conduct detrimental to the team. McKenzie and Brown, who were healthy scratches in the Colts’ 30-13 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers on Saturday, will miss the rest of the regular season due to their suspensions. 

McKenzie has seen minimal playing time for the Colts, as he has 11 catches for 82 yards. He has played 13 percent of the Colts snaps on offense and 28 percent of the snaps on special teams. 

Before signing a one-year deal with the Colts before the season, he played for the Bills from 2018-2022. Across his five seasons in Buffalo, McKenzie had 137 catches for 1,316 yards and 11 touchdowns. 


McKenzie had the best season of his career in his last season with Buffalo, setting career-highs in catches (42), receiving yards (423) and touchdowns (4). He also ran for 55 yards and a touchdown in 2022.

Indianapolis, currently holds the No. 7 seed, leading the Houston Texans (8-6) and Bills (8-6) for the final Wild Card spot. The Colts play their final three games against the Atlanta Falcons (6-8), Las Vegas Raiders (6-8) and Texans. 

McKenzie’s status for a potential playoff game is unknown.

Houston plays the Cleveland Browns (9-5), Tennessee Titans (5-9) and the Colts, while Buffalo plays the Los Angeles Chargers (5-9), New England Patriots (3-11) and the Miami Dolphins (10-4).

ESPN analytics currently gives Buffalo the best odds to make the playoffs at 63 percent, while Indianapolis is at 55 percent and Houston has a 52 percent chance to make the playoffs.Buffalo will look to keep pace in the wild card race when they face the Chargers on Saturday at SoFi Stadium at 8 p.m. ET.