5 Buffalo Bills who will play their former teams in 2022

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Jordan Poyer

Prior Team: Cleveland Browns

The Buffalo Bills completely overhauled the safety position that offseason by also signing Jordan Poyer to be the other starting safety. However similar to Hyde, Poyer was a relatively unknown player after being a seventh round pick by the Philadelphia Eagles in 2013.

He was released midway through his rookie season and claimed by the Cleveland Browns, where he would play through the 2016 season.

Poyer didn’t really become a starter until 2016 but would only play six games that season after suffering an injury against the Titans. Prior to joining the Bills, he would have only 10 career starts but that changed after joining the Bills and he has started every game but two over the past five years.

He has been a consistent part of this defense and it was until this past season that he finally earned some recognition for his play by being named to the first-team All-Pro.

Jordan Poyer and the Buffalo Bills will play the Cleveland Browns in Week 11.