This decision was probably the most shocking of all, especially given Isabella's versatility on the football field, as he would be returning kicks and punts on special teams.
Isabella's speed and agility make him a decent receiving option, as his run-after-catch ability can be good for short-yardage plays to turn into potential touchdown plays. The Bills roster also lacks receivers that don't have a lot of run-after-catch ability, so don't be surprised if the Bills bring him back later this season or at least, before another team picks him up.
Richard Gouraige's performance during the preseason alone was impressive, which makes this decision all of the more surprising, given that the Bills' weakest position on offense is probably tackle, and lack a lot of depth in that position as well.
The 24-year-old played 34 snaps against the Colts and earned an 83.7 PFF grade. Gouraige's snap count would reduce in his game against the Steelers to just 9.
Gouraige would play in 25 pass-blocking snaps, allowing just one pressure and zero sacks. Gouraige didn't get a ton of playing time in the Bears' preseason game, but still allowed no sacks, making him one of the highest-graded players this preseason.