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Overreaction Podcast: Isaiah Hodgins joins the pod

With special guest Isaiah Hodgins

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Join Joe Miller as he interviews Buffalo Bills second-year wide receiver Isaiah Hodgins on the Overreaction Podcast.

Isaiah is candid about his injury coming into the 2020 season and having his first season shut down, and the advice he got from friends, family, and general manager Brandon Beane. He was able to use that time to heal and be 100 percent healthy for the first time in a long time and has also gotten stronger, heavier, and faster he says.

He was also candid about the differences in Josh Allen from the start of the 2020 season to the growth and maturity he has seen in him coming into the 2021 season, which is exciting for this team as well as for Bills Mafia.

The culture and the family feeling on this team is real and you will hear how real it is when you dial up this podcast.

Then Chris Jahnke joins Joe to slot the BILLS receivers going into the season and predict who makes it and who doesn’t.

Be a part of the conversation. Be a part of the excitement as the season is just around the corner and we are NINE short days away from the opening of training camp!!!

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