Sammy Watkins (born June 14, 1993) is an electric Wide Receiver for the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League. In high school he lettered in football, basketball, and track and became the all time leading receiver in the history of Lee County. Sammy played college football for Clemson University where he won multiple awards for his play. During his junior year, he lead Clemson to the Orange Bowl, receiving MVP honors, and also broke an Orange Bowl record with 16 receptions for 227 yards.
Watkins declared for the 2014 NFL Draft and was subsequently drafted by the Bills in the first round of the 2014 NFL Draft as the 4th overall pick. He set franchise rookie records in receptions (65) and receiving yards (982) and finished the 2014 season with 6 touchdowns.
Injuries and suspensions have plagued the Buffalo Bills through training camp and the preseason, so any good new is clearly welcome. After Monday’s news about offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson, as he makes his way back from Crohn’s disease, one of the Bills’ best players is fully back from injury. According to ESPN’s Mike Rodak, Bills’ head coach Rex Ryan said wide receiver Sammy Watkins is scheduled to make his preseason debut Friday night against the Washington Redskins. This report follows Monday’s news about offensive tackle Seantrel Henderson, as he makes his way back from Crohn’s disease.After foot surgery in April, Watkins has made steady, documented progress toward being ready for Week 1. He was taken off the PUP list and...
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