Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Bills' picks: Round 3/78 -- Marquise Goodwin, WR, 5-9, 179, Texas...A very intriguing player who adds to the team's overall speed. Was the NCAA long jump champion who competed at the 2012 London Olympic Games. Clocked a 4.34 dash time for scouts and also impressed the Bills with his desire and ability to block, which will earn him playing time if he can do that at the NFL level. Was a four-year football player at Texas and wound up playing 50 games. Joins a team where jobs are open at wide receiver. - The Sports Xchange
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11/11/13 - -- WR Marquise Goodwin was able to play the whole game despite a nagging hamstring.
11/04/13 - -- WR Marquise Goodwin made another dazzling play, catching a 59-yard TD pass on a 9 route where he ran past everybody.
10/30/13 - WR Marquise Goodwin missed the end of the Saints game with an elbow injury, but he practiced fully.
10/28/13 - WR Marquise Goodwin left the game in the fourth quarter with an elbow injury. His status will be updated Wednesday.
10/11/13 - WR Marquise Goodwin hopes to return to action after missing four games with a broken hand, and was officially listed as probable Friday. If he does play, he'll likely be used on kickoffs, but that's no guarantee that he'll do any returning. The Bills have returned only four kickoffs in five games because opposing kickers are slamming the ball through the end zone (26 out of 30 have been touchbacks).
"It's definitely frustrating because with special teams you've got a chance to set up the offense with great field position and you don't get that opportunity when the ball gets booted out of the end zone," said Marcus Easley, who has been the primary deep man in Goodwin's absence.
10/09/13 - -- WR Marquise Goodwin (broken hand) is back to work and seems likely to play for the first time since Week 1.
09/25/13 - WR Marquise Goodwin is working a little more, but is still sidelined by a broken hand.
09/19/13 - WR Marquise Goodwin is still sidelined with a broken hand.
09/16/13 - WR Marquise Goodwin suffered a broken hand and was operated on last week.
09/13/13 - WR Marquise Goodwin had successful surgery on his broken hand, but no timetable for his return has been set.