The final under-the-radar safety that the Buffalo Bills could target to replace Jordan Poyer is former first round pick Jabrill Peppers. He began his NFL career with the Cleveland Browns but played only two seasons there before being part of the trade with the New York Giants for Odell Beckham Jr. and played three seasons with the Giants.
Peppers would leave in free agency last offseason and signed a one-year deal with the New England Patriots. In total, Peppers has played 78 career games with 64 starts but has only 10 starts over the past two seasons after suffering a torn ACL in 2021 and being more of the third safety for the Patriots last season.
Jabrill Peppers is better in the box and closer to the line of scrimmage and is a sound tackler but isn’t great in coverage. If the Buffalo Bills were to sign Peppers, he likely wouldn’t be guaranteed the starting job and could be a veteran option to compete with a draft pick at the position.