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BREAKING: Jordan Poyer Returns To The Buffalo Bills



Free agency was filled with a sense of impending hardship for Buffalo Bills fans. Though some of it was merited, it’s not all doom and gloom. In a surprise twist, All-Pro Safety and team captain Jordan Poyer will return to the Bills.

Poyer is expected to have his deal finalized soon, after the market failed to deliver an offer strong enough to draw him out of Buffalo. He’s coming back.

Contract Details

It is a two-year deal. Further contract details will be posted here when they are released.

UPDATE: Contract details have been released, and are as follows.

Keeping Jordan Poyer

Poyer was one of the foundational pieces of Sean McDermott’s reconstruction of a Bills team that hadn’t seen the playoffs in 18 years. Across from Micah Hyde, Jordan Poyer has spent the last six seasons as a cornerstone in Buffalo. They’ve combined to help put the Bills’ defense on top for their entire tenure. Saying goodbye would have been difficult, but fortunately it didn’t have to be that way.

Jordan Poyer Buffalo Bills Re-Sign

Poyer re-signing was a pleasant surprise, much like the extension of Matt Milano. The expectation was that the Buffalo Bills would be entering 2023 without Poyer, or LB Tremaine Edmunds. Edmunds signed a massive deal with the Chicago Bears to take him away from the city that drafted him.

In his six seasons here, Poyer has a whopping 44 passes defensed, 22 interceptions, and seven forced fumbles. The re-signing addresses a need for the Bills, allowing them to allocate resources elsewhere in the draft.

For many, the end of days seemed nigh, and the end of an era was upon us. Now, Jordan Poyer and Micah Hyde can combine once more for a terrifying safety duo in 2023.

‘All-Pro Po’ is back; Offenses beware.

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