Bills to release safety Jordan Poyer: Sources

The Buffalo Bills are releasing safety Jordan Poyer, team sources confirmed to The Athletic.

Poyer, 32, started 16 games for the Bills last season and tallied 100 tackles, four pass breakups, a forced fumble and a sack in 2023. The former All-Pro signed a two-year contract with Buffalo ahead of last season after spending six years with the franchise.


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He earned first-team All-Pro honors in 2021 and was a team captain. He also earned a Pro Bowl nod in 2022.

The move is the latest in a string of  offseason moves for Buffalo, which has traded offensive lineman Ryan Bates to the Bears, reportedly re-signed offensive lineman David Edwards and reportedly released defensive back Siran Neal.

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