Buffalo Bills wide receiver Marquise Goodwin was placed on Injured Reserve on Tuesday, bringing his third season as a NFL player to an abrupt end.
The move was made in part to clear out a roster spot for new offensive tackle Jordan Mills, who was added to the roster today, as well.
Goodwin missed the first four games of the season recovering from a rib injury that he suffered late in the preseason. He then appeared in the next two games, catching two passes for 24 yards in a win over Tennessee, but then injured his ribs again this past Sunday against Cincinnati. The oft-injured speedster's season is now over - at least, as long as he's a member of the Bills. It's fair to wonder if the 2013 third-round pick's Bills career is now over, as well. For his career, he has 20 receptions for 349 yards and three touchdowns.
Buffalo also fortified their thinned-out receiver depth chart by making a practice squad signing, adding rookie free agent Titus Davis (Central Michigan) to the team. He takes the place of quarterback Dustin Vaughan, who was released.