Isaiah McKenzie, WR (IND)

Full participant, says he'll play

McKenzie (hamstring) was listed as a full participant during Wednesday's walk-through practice and said he'll be good to go for Sunday's divisional-round matchup against Cincinnati, Thad Brown of News 8 Rochester reports.

McKenzie was inactive for the Bills' wild-card win over Miami due to a hamstring injury. However, per Brown, the slot wideout said he's about 90 percent healthy, despite not taking part in any running during Wednesday's practice because it was a walk-through workout. Barring any setbacks, McKenzie will resume his duties as Buffalo's top slot option, which would likely mean less playing time for Khalil Shakir and Cole Beasley. Across 15 regular-season appearances, McKenzie caught 42 of 65 targets for 423 yards and four scores. He also rushed nine times for 55 yards and an additional score.

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Managing hip issue

Pittman didn't participate at Friday's practice due to a hip injury, George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin reports.

Jelani Woods

Jelani Woods


Bothered by hammy

Woods is dealing with a hamstring injury, George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin reports.

Not focused on extensions

Pittman recently told reporters he isn't worried about his contract and is letting his agent handle extension talks, Zak Keefer of The Athletic reports. "If it doesn't happen this year, that's no big deal," Pittman said. "It'll happen eventually, right?"

Isaiah McKenzie

Isaiah McKenzie


Faces slot WR competition

McKenzie will face competition for the starting slot receiver role from 2023 third-round pick Josh Downs, the Indianapolis Star reports.

Gardner Minshew

Gardner Minshew


Richardson seen starting early

Minshew could begin the regular season as Indy's starting quarterback, but 2023 first-round draft pick Anthony Richardson is expected to start sooner rather than later, Zac Keefer of The Athletic reports. "[Richardson's] experience as a player and getting more reps - practice reps, game reps - I think that's how you develop," said head coach Shane Steichen.