He's been one of the most reliable and productive players on Buffalo's top five defense the last two seasons. Entering the final year of his contract in 2020, the Bills made sure to keep Jordan Poyer on the roster for the foreseeable future signing the safety to a two-year contract extension.
The agreement will keep Poyer on Buffalo's roster through the 2022 season.
Poyer, who turns 29 later this month, has been a dynamic player in Buffalo's defense since he signed with the club in 2017.
Over the last three seasons, Poyer is tied for second in the league among safeties in interceptions with 11 over that span. He's also second on the Bills in INTs since 2017, trailing only first team All-Pro Tre'Davious White (12).
Last season, Poyer was one of just two players on Buffalo's roster to provide production in every defensive category (tackles, tackles for loss, interceptions, sacks, forced fumbles and fumble recoveries) during the regular season.
He and fellow safety Micah Hyde have been a tremendous duo the past three seasons. That duo will now stay intact for at least the next two seasons.