American football guard Isaac “Ike” Boettger presently competes for the National Football League’s Buffalo Bills. On October 5, 1994, Boettger was born. (NFL).
His time playing collegiate football was spent at Iowa. Boettger signed with the Buffalo Bills on May 11, 2018, and on that day he joined the organization as an undrafted free agent.
He was liberated from his commitments on September 1st, 2018. On September 2, 2018, the Kansas City Chiefs added Boettger to their roster after claiming him off of waivers.
He was unpunished and released on September 11, 2018. On September 12, 2018, the Kansas City Chiefs placed Boettger on waivers, and that same day, another team claimed him.
He made his National Football League debut on December 2, 2018, against the Miami Dolphins.
The Bills issued a tender to Boettger on March 17, 2021, making him a restricted free agent. He put his seal on the agreement for a year on April 27.
The beginning of training camp in 2021 was delayed due to Boettger’s COVID-19 illness, which caused him to miss most of the first two weeks of camp.
He started the season as a backup guard but was elevated to the starting left guard position after Jon Feliciano suffered an injury in Week 8.
As a result of the injury, he was promoted. He tore his Achilles in Week 16, and as a result of his injury, he was put on injured reserve on December 27.
On March 28, 2022, the Bills re-signed Boettger to a one-year deal. The agreement called for him to get the same salary as before.
To start the upcoming season, he was moved to the reserve/personally unfit list on August 23, 2022.
Is Ike Boettger injured?
Boettger went down with an Achilles injury during the 16th week of the season in 2021 when the New England Patriots were their opponent.
According to the sources, he had a successful physical examination. However, he will still need to undergo rehabilitation, and it will be interesting to see where he is when training camp begins.