Isaiah McKenzie fools Bills teammates and coaches with hilarious prank calls

The wide receiver spent some time prank calling various teammates and coaches, only to immediately hang up

Isaiah McKenzie plans ahead for April Fools’ Day.

The Buffalo Bills wide receiver spent some time this week prank calling various teammates and coaches, only to immediately hang up, citing his need to complete some early spring Christmas shopping, or his sudden pregnancy.

McKenzie chronicled his shenanigans on social media, and it appeared as if most of his victims were in on the joke.

“You’re buying a Christmas tree?,” said Sean McDermott. “Sure, buddy, call me back.”

When McKenzie told Tre’Davious White he was pregnant, the cornerback responded with a flurry of obscenities. Josh Allen, meanwhile, just stared blankly at the wideout when he falsely said he had to duck into a meeting — just seconds after initiating the FaceTime call.

It’s awesome to see McKenzie so excited about returning to the Bills, a sentiment he expressed after re-signing with the team last week, when he said he would’ve played for candy.

“For me, money didn't matter,” McKenzie told reporters during his Zoom conference call. “If we were getting paid in candy, I would stay here for the rest of my life.”

As one would expect, a member of "Bills Mafia" fulfilled McKenzie’s wish. The fan dropped off a dozen 100 Grand fun-size bars to Bills Stadium, and left a note confirming the treats were for McKenzie. For the candy-inclined mathematicians out there, those bars equal $1.2 million.

With five touchdowns last season, including an 84-yard punt return in the regular season finale against the Miami Dolphins, McKenzie gives Allen another dynamic weapon with whom to work. He’s one of multiple free agents who re-upped with the Bills, including safety Micah Hyde, linebacker Matt Milano, and offensive linemen Daryl Williams and Jon Feliciano.

And right now, he’s just having a blast.

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