The biggest star on the Buffalo Bills is quarterback, Josh Allen.

The fifth-year QB is considered one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL and is also charismatic enough to win over opposing fan bases.

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The next biggest star on the Bills is Stefon Diggs.

Diggs is entering his third season with the Bills and is easily a fan-favorite if Bills Mafia. He’s an amazing follow on social media and has been everything the Bills have hoped from on and off the field since trading for him in March of 2020.

If you follow the Bills on a regular basis, however, then you know that wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie is also a star in Buffalo.

McKenzie is the jokester on the Bills roster and is full of energy off the field. He will show that charismatic nature on national television this Tuesday.

McKenzie announced back in April that he would be appearing on the hit network TV show, “America’s Got Talent.” Now, we know when and what he will be doing.

McKenzie posted on his Instagram story today that he will be part of the NFL’s Player Choir on this Tuesday’s edition of the show; June 14th at 8 pm.

That’s not all though.

The Buffalo News confirms that McKenzie will be performing with both Michael Gaines and Dwayne Wright.

Gaines played tight end for the Bills in 2007. He actually caught Trent Edwards first career touchdown pass against the New York Jets.

Wright was a 4th round draft pick in 2007 and played in 2007 and 2008 for the Bills before catching on with the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles.

How cool is all of that!?

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