Jordan Poyer’s Cryptic New Twitter Photo Has Bills Fans Worried
Buffalo Bills safety Jordan Poyer was one of the most valuable players on the roster this season. It was a bad luck season for the veteran safety, as he battled a hyperextended elbow, broken ribs and a torn meniscus.
Poyer only missed four games in the regular season and playoffs, with the Bills going an amazing 13-1 with him in the lineup.
However, the Bills ended the season in disappointment with a 27-10 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Divisional round this past Sunday.
The Bills now have decisions to make in free agency, including trying to re-sign their own pending unrestricted free agents, which included Poyer.
The 31-year-old Poyer will become an unrestricted free agent in March. He turns 32 in April and there has been much speculation he has played his last game as a member of the Bills. The team is up against the cap and has other needs.
On Wednesday, came news of Poyer changing his cover photo to a picture of the '90s Chicago Bulls championship roster. A reference to The Lance Dance documentary, which centered around Michael Jordan and those Bulls teams.
Does this mean that Poyer has done his last dance with the Bills? Or does it mean he will have one last dance with the Bills?
I think it will be very hard to bring Poyer back. The Bills are up against the cap and it will take a few restructured contracts to have enough breathing room. They also have to worry about re-signing linebacker Tremaine Edmunds, running back Devin Singletary and others. They also would like to upgrade on offense most likely (wide receiver, offensive line).
We will see what happens and what this new cover photo from Poyer means.