The Buffalo Bills are about top embark on their final three games of the 2023 regular season, as they next play the Los Angeles Chargers at SoFi Stadium this Saturday night.

It's a Peacock only game, but will be shown locally here in Buffalo.

The Bills are in the midst of a playoff battle with multiple AFC teams: the Cleveland Browns, Indianapolis Colts, Cincinnati Bengals, Pittsburgh Steelers and Denver Broncos. They are also still in the division championship race with the Miami Dolphins.

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One of the teams the Bills are battling with made news on Tuesday afternoon, announcing the suspensions of two players; one of which is a former beloved Bills player.

The Colts have places both cornerback Tony Brown and wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie on the reserve/suspended list. The reason was "conduct detrimental to the team."

McKenzie spent the better part of six seasons with the Bills, but was released this past March. He signed as a free agent with the Colts and has been a depth piece for them on offense. He and Brown were both healthy scratches this past weekend, and now we now why, although not the exact reason for why McKenzie was suspended by his current team.

When he was in Buffalo, McKenzie was a fan-favorite because of his personality and charitable work around Western New York. He was a fun player for soundbites and made some electric plays as the Bills kick returner when the Bills were one of the best teams in the NFL (and still are, other than their record).

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