Bills WR Clears Concussion Protocol; ''Good to Go'' for Week 6

He missed Week 5 with a concussion. 

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie has cleared the NFL's concussion protocol.
The slot receiver is 'good to go', per Bills head coach Sean McDermott. McKenzie was sidelined last week against the Pittsburgh Steelers after exiting the team's Week 4 game against the Baltimore Ravens with a brain injury. 

McKenzie had rotated with Jamison Crowder at the slot position. With Crowder now out with a broken ankle, it remains to be seen if McKenzie will split slot duties with rookie WR Khalil Shakir, who had himself a nice week in Week 5 against the Steelers with 75 yards and a touchdown. 

In four games this season, McKenzie has 15 receptions for 153 yards and three touchdowns on 21 targets.
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