WR - BUF
Week 13 Outlook
Andy Isabella has been released by the Buffalo Bills.
There was some optimism that Isabella could make the 53-man roster after having a solid camp, but it wasn't enough and the team is now releasing him. His speed makes him an attractive free agent for a lot of teams, so it seems likely that he will be on a roster or practice squad somewhere before the season begins.
According to team reporter Chris Brown, Buffalo Bills WR Andy Isabella has stood out this offseason, particularly with his speed, and should earn a chance in Saturday's preseason matchup.
The Bills have lacked the element of speed that existed in their offense during the early Josh Allen years that was brought by WR John Brown. Isabella never caught on with the Cardinals or Ravens to start his career, but he ran a 4.31 40-yard dash that provides a new element to an offense that uses it. With Allen's strong arm, Isabella could potentially rectify his career (33 catches in four seasons) in Buffalo if he makes the roster.
Andy Isabella will work out with for the Buffalo Bills on Friday.
Three days after being released by the Ravens, Isabella will look to join a Bills WR room with 12 already on the depth chart. After appearing in five games in 2022 between the Cardinals and Ravens resulting in two receptions, Isabella will try to finally live up to his second-round pedigree and leverage his elite speed he flashed with a 4.31 40-yard dash in 2019.
According to Field Yates of ESPN, the Baltimore Ravens are releasing WR Andy Isabella to sign veteran RB Melvin Gordon III.
Isabella has not quite lived up to his second-round draft capital from 2019, playing two games for Baltimore in 2022 and receiving zero targets. Isabella is only 26, still has 4.31 speed and will likely find a new home, but after four seasons and 447 yards, he may never be more than a depth receiver.
The Ravens activated Andy Isabella to the active roster for Sunday's game against the Steelers.
Isabella signed with the Ravens practice squad back in October. He brings some depth to the Ravens wide receiver room on Sunday.