Jordan Poyer Hurt at Buffalo Bills Training Camp
The Buffalo Bills are 10 days into 2022 training camp at St. John Fisher University and it’s been a very eventful first week and a half.
This past weekend, we saw two instances of temperatures flaring up, which isn’t unusual at training camp, but something you never like to see.
The injury bug has also gotten the Bills at camp, but most of them have been rather minor in nature. The scariest injury concern happened at camp on Tuesday.
Bills starting safety Jordan Poyer was hurt during 11-on-11 drills at camp on Tuesday.
It appears to be an arm or wrist injury.
Matthew Bove says that Poyer went back to the locker room on a cart, still holding his wrist/forearm.
We do not know how severe the injury is but from all accounts, it didn’t look good for Poyer. We can only hope this is a similar situation to Micah Hyde from last weekend, where it looked like Hyde was hurt bad but he ended up being listed as day-to-day.
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, it is an allow injury that will require an MRI.
Poyer is also looking for a new contract and staying in Buffalo for the rest of his career, so the timing is bad with one year left on his current contract.
Poyer is incredibly important for the Bills defense and they would be in trouble if he missed an extended period of time.