The Buffalo Bills are continuing to find ways to improve their roster.
They have made a few smaller moves this offseason, and they have focused on bringing back some of their players.
One of the impact players the Bills were able to bring back was safety Jordan Poyer.
According to Ari Meirov, Poyer has signed a two-year, $10 million contract.
Terms: #Bills re-signed S Jordan Poyer to a 2-year, $10M deal that includes $4.5M guaranteed, per source. He has another $2M available in incentives.
— Ari Meirov (@MySportsUpdate) March 17, 2023
It seemed uncertain if Poyer wanted to return to the Bills.
Yet ultimately, the team and his familiarity there must have won him over.
The Bills are a very good team, so Poyer knows he will be a part of a contender again in 2023.
But, their inability to get over the hump in the playoffs has become an issue.
Despite only playing 12 games last season, Poyer made the Pro Bowl.
He recorded four interceptions and had 63 total tackles.
Buffalo has to be happy to bring one of their defensive leaders back for only $5 million a year.
The Bills know what they are up against in the conference.
Having to beat the Kansas City Chiefs and Cincinnati Bengals has been very difficult for them.
Plus, Aaron Rodgers might be joining their division as a part of the New York Jets, which seems like just a matter of time.
Having a stout defense will be important for the Bills.
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