Jordan Poyer Contract Breakdown
Jordan Poyer contract with the Buffalo Bills is set to expire in March 2023.
After his stint with the Browns ended in 2016, Jordan signed a four-year deal with the Bills worth $13 million on March 9, 2017. During his initial four years in Buffalo, he appeared in 63 games for his team in the regular season. He registered 426 total tackles, with 298 being solo and 128 assist tackles to go with 13 interceptions.
Due to his impressive showings, he was given a two years contract extension on March 17, 2020, worth $19.5 million and other incentive add-ons. Since his second contract, he has featured in 28 regular season games and registered 156 total tackles, with 110 solo and 46 assist tackles. He has also had nine interceptions, among other contributions.
Poyer has been with the Bills since the 2017 NFL season, and during his six total seasons, he has been to the playoffs five times. He has played in 8 post-season games for the bills registering 44 total tackles with 27 solos and 17 assists.
Jordan has been crucial for the Bills in their regular and post-season games, and the Bills Mafia will be hoping he will be his usual standout self in this year's post-season run.
Is Jordan Poyer Playing Tonight?
Jordan Poyer will likely participate in the Bills' divisional round game against the Joe Burrow-led Bengals.
Poyer has faced a nagging knee injury, which kept him out for several games. He played in the least amount of games this season since joining the Bills in 2017.
Poyer was available for just 12 regular season games this year but is reported to be preparing to play in the divisional round game. Poyer did a limited practice session on Wednesday for the upcoming Bengals game. However, he was a no-show on Thursday, which has worried several fans.
But the indication was that Poyer was given a rest day. As for his contractual obligation, he is tied with the Bills until March. Hence, the contract situation is a non-factor regarding Jordan Poyer's availability.