5 takeaways from the Buffalo Bills initial 2023 53-man roster

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5.) Andy Isabella doesn’t make the initial roster

At the start of training camp, the Bills signed wide receiver Andy Isabella to bring competition not only in the receiving room but also on special teams. His ability to demonstrate his 4.3 speed impressed in preseason and training camp.

Speed is something that the Bills have lacked in the last few seasons. Even with the addition of Deonte Harty, Isabella would have been a great addition to a team that would be able to take the pressure off for special teams and allow Harty to get more reps in with the offense. 

However, the Bills do have potential open spots with multiple players being placed on the in-season IR which could open up roster spots. Isabella could easily be one of the players that could come back potentially. Wide receiver Justin Shorter is being placed on that list, so if the Bills do decide to bring back Isabella, he could be a key role player in the offense for the start of the season.