More moves are happening for the former Oregon State stars
The Buffalo Bills announced on Thursday that the team had signed free agent safety Jordan Poyer. The move comes as Poyer returns from a lacerated spleen that he suffered in week six on an illegal block by Titans running back Antonio Andrews.
Originally drafted in the seventh round of the 2013 NFL Draft, Poyer spent three games with the Eagles before being released. He joined the Browns and never looked back, earning the starting safety spot in 2015. Poyer has 124 combined tackles in his career, along with six pass defensed, one forced fumble, and two interceptions (both against Ben Roethlisberger).>
Poyer will join former Packers safety Micah Hyde as Buffalo looks to revamp their secondary. He will immediately contribute on obvious passing situations and should become one of the Bills’ punt returners.