Beavers

Bills Mafia grows by one as WR Isaiah Hodgins welcomes son to the world

Beavers

The newest member of the [Buffalo] Bills mafia has been born on Friday, September 18, 2020.

Former Oregon State wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins has officially welcomed his son, Isaiah James Hodgins Jr. into the world.

We must say, the newest Bills fan is super adorable in that onesie.

“9/18/2020. Isaiah James Hodgins Jr. A new child of the kingdom of God. I love you son.”

The 6-foot-4, 209-pound wide receiver from Oakley, California had a stellar three-year career in Corvallis, Oregon.

2019 SEASON STATS:

RECEIVING YARDS
1,171
TOUCHDOWNS
13

• Played in 34 games, making 27 starts

• His 176 receptions rank sixth for a career at Oregon State. Has 2,322 receiving yards, good for seventh all-time at OSU.

• Had scored 20 touchdowns, tied for second-most at Oregon State

• Had eight career 100-yard receiving games, tied for sixth-most all-time at OSU

Hodgins was selected in the sixth round (No. 207 overall) by the Buffalo Bills in the 2020 NFL Draft.

The Bills have placed the rookie wide receiver on the Injured Reserve list dealing with a shoulder injury that may or may not require surgery.

“He has something that may require surgery at some point… but not right now,” general manager Brandon Beane said on Monday, Sept. 7. “Just going to try and let [the injury] calm down. Let him get some strength in his shoulder and see where it goes. He battled hard, he finished camp with it, but I do think it was affecting him a little bit and so we’ll see. At some point, if we need to shut it down, we will, but right now we’re going to try to approach and see if he’s able to come back and help us, should we need him, this season.”

 

Here’s to that shoulder healing up properly and a congratulations to the newest member of the Hodgins and Bills family.