Buffalo Bills wide receiver Marcus Easley has been a hard-luck case ever since coming into the NFL back in 2010. His rookie season was scrapped due to a knee injury that occurred in the last preseason game. Then in his second year, he had a stellar preseason and was sidelined for yet another season after it was found out that he had an irregular heartbeat. Then in 2012, he actually was active for three games and had two returns for a total of 75 yards and wasn’t used for anything else. All and all, it seems like Easley is like a rookie for the third year in a row, which isn’t a good thing.
It will be interesting to see what happens to Easley, as the Bills completely revamped their receiver corps outside of Stevie Johnson, with adding Da’Rick Rogers, Robert Woods and Marquise Goodwin this offseason, which is a drastic change from even from last year. With all these additions, the odds will be steep to say the least that Easley makes the final 53-man roster this season.
The almighty question for Easley is what will he do for the Bills in 2013 and that simple answer might be very little or nothing due to his injury history combined the new massive influx of talent that was brought in this year. Bills fans will cheer for him at camp and during preseason games as long as he is part of the Bills and he does has the sympathy card going for him.