In a free agent market full of quality safeties, one of the most anticipated won’t move. NFL Media reports that after testing the market, Jordan Poyer and the Bills had agreed to a new contract.
Drafted in the 7th round of the 2013 draft by the Eagles before being cut after only three games, Poyer then joined the Browns, for whom he played 4 seasons, before signing in Buffalo in 2017.
At 31, Jordan Poyer has been the Bills’ starting strong safety for 6 years, has only missed 7 games since joining the team, became captain in 2020 and All-Pro in 2021. His duo with Micah Hyde, arrived at the same time as him, is one of the most intimidating in the league, and their collaboration will continue for at least another year, Hyde being him under contract until the end of the season.
In 2022, Poyer combined 63 tackles, 4 interceptions and 1 forced fumble in 12 games.