Buffalo Bills: 3 reasons why Andy Isabella should make the 53-man roster

Buffalo Bills v Chicago Bears
Buffalo Bills v Chicago Bears / Quinn Harris/GettyImages
1 of 4

When the Buffalo Bills started off training camp, they learned that running back Nyheim Hines would be ruled out for the season after a reported torn ACL injury. This sparked thoughts on what the Bills would do moving forward both at running back (which opened the door for Latavius Murray to make the roster) and on special teams.

The Bills looked to address this and they did quickly by signing wide receiver Andy Isabella at the start of the training camp. The young receiver has been with the Arizona Cardinals for the majority of his young career with a brief stop with the Baltimore Ravens. 

Signing Isabella not only brought in wide receiver depth, but it was also an opportunity to have a competition on special teams potentially. During the preseason, Isabella made some head turning plays and he might have earned himself a spot on the final 53-man roster. 

The Bills should bring seven receivers onto the roster and include Isabella. Here are three reasons as to why Isabella would be beneficial for the Bills.