Jordan Poyer will be attending Bills mandatory minicamp

Brandon Beane, Bills General Manager, stated last week that he hadn't received any indication Jordan Poyer would not attend mandatory minicamp because safety is looking for a new contract.

Jordan Poyer will be attending Bills mandatory minicamp

Brandon Beane, Bills General Manager, stated last week that he hadn't received any indication Jordan Poyer would not attend mandatory minicamp because safety is looking for a new contract.

This has been confirmed by ESPN's Adam Schefter who reported Monday that Poyer would attend minicamp in the coming days.

Poyer switched agents in the offseason to assist him in negotiating a new contract. Poyer still has one year on his current contract. He is expected to earn $5.6 million base salary, but $500,000 of his earnings are guaranteed. Poyer will contribute $10.8 million to the cap in 2022, after all his bonuses.

Poyer, entering his sixth season in Buffalo, was selected as a first-team All Pro selection for the first year in 2021. Poyer started 16 games, recording five interceptions, nine passes defenced, 3.0sacks and eight tackles.

Poyer turned 31 in April. He has played in 127 career games, with 89 starts. He has 20 interceptions and 42 passes defensed.

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