6 toughest decisions the Buffalo Bills have in the 2024 offseason

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Do the Buffalo Bills release Jordan Poyer?

For close to seven years, one position the Buffalo Bills haven't really had to give much thought to was safety. The Bills would sign Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer in Sean McDermott's first offseason as head coach and they have been one of the best safety duos in the NFL.

However, this offseason that feels like it could change as Micah Hyde is set to be a free agent and is even considering retirement. The Bills will likely have at least one new starting safety but is this the offseason they go with a completely fresh start at the position?

Poyer re-signed with the Bills last offseason on a two-year deal worth $12.5 million but the Bills could release him and save $5.47 million in salary cap while only incurring $2 million in dead cap. This season, Poyer was still good but not at the same level he was earlier in his career as it was the first season in Buffalo without a turnover.