Buffalo Bills and Jordan Poyer agree to rework contract, agents say
Jordan Poyer excelled on the defensive side of the ball for the Bills, a team that is a candidate to win the Super Bowl.
BUFFALO, NY — After seeking an extension this offseason, All-Pro safety Jordan Poyer and the Buffalo Bills have agreed to an amended contract for the 2022 season that includes up to $2 million in incentives, officials said. officers. Drew Rosenhaus there Kyle Lincoln a Yates Estate of ESPN.
“Jordan appreciates this gesture of goodwill from the Bills as we continue to work toward a contract extension,” D said.Rew Rosenhaus a ESPN.
Jordan Poyer, 31 years old, signed with Drew Rosenhaus during the offseason when he entered the final year of a two-year, $19.5 million contract he signed with the Invoices in March 2020 and included $500,000 in incentives.
The new incentives cover a variety of categories related to playing time, on-field production (such as steals) and team categories (wins or stat boosts), which are at your fingertips depending on the player’s role. player. Jordan Poyer and expectations of the team this year.
Paywho was coming off an elbow injury, had one interception, two tackles and one pass defensed in the Bills’ 31-10 season opener win over Los Angeles Rams Thursday.
He had expressed his desire for a new contract this offseason, as well as his affection for playing in Buffalo. Rosenhaus was on hand at the start of the team’s training camp and met with the general manager Brandon Bean.
“I want to keep playing football and playing my best football in Buffalo for as long as possible, for as long as possible,” Jordan Poyer said Aug. 29. “But like I said, I’m here with the guys right now and I’m ready to attack this season.”
The 2013 seventh-round pick of Oregon State for the Philadelphia Eagles has been with Invoices for the past five seasons, and has played alongside safety Micah Hyde, who is signed through 2024, throughout that streak.
Pay, along with Hyde, did not participate in off-season team volunteer programs, but attended the team’s mandatory minicamp before summer vacation and were packed after that. The safety injured his left elbow on August 2 and did not practice again until August 27.
“It’s very special, very special,” Hyde said. “I think I wouldn’t be the player I am today without him. And I think it’s safe to say he wouldn’t be the player he is without me. said, every day we push ourselves.”
Pay has 19 interceptions in Buffaloincluding five in 2021. He had a career-high three sacks last year with 93 tackles.
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