What happened to Marquez Stevenson?

Wide receiver Marquez Stevenson presently competes for the National Football League’s Buffalo Bills in American football.

His birthday is March 26, 1998. (NFL). At Houston, he played collegiate football. Northwood High School in Shreveport, Louisiana served as Stevenson’s high school.

He has verbally agreed to represent the University of Houston in collegiate football. Stevenson played in two games as a true freshman in 2016 while attending Houston.

He did not register a reception during those games, but a hook-and-ladder play allowed him to gain 36 receiving yards.

He missed the entirety of the 2017 season due to his ruptured ACL. After bouncing back from the injury, he finished the season with 75 receptions for 1019 yards and nine touchdowns, leading the team.

Stevenson continued to be the team’s top receiver in his junior season of 2019 with 52 catches, 907 receiving yards, and nine touchdowns.

He made the decision to go back to the University of Houston for his senior year rather than sign with the NFL Draft in 2020.

He was chosen to participate in the 2021 Senior Bowl following the completion of his high school senior year. In the sixth round of the 2021 National Football League Draft,

the Buffalo Bills selected Stevenson (203rd overall). Stevenson signed a rookie deal with Buffalo on May 13, 2021, that was for four years. He was moved to the injured reserve status on September 1, 2021.

He was made on active duty on November 25th. Stevenson was moved to the reserve for injured personnel on August 31, 2022.

What happened to Marquez Stevenson?

The Buffalo Bills selected Stevenson in the later rounds of the NFL draft in 2021. Even the previous year’s training camp was not spared from his injury woes.

In the past, it has been common practice for the Bills to release players in order to make room on the roster for players who are injured.