Buffalo Bills security Jordan Poyer publicly flirted with the considered a transfer to the Miami Dolphins, however that chance can now be crossed off.
The one-time All-Pro and Pro Bowl choice will stay with the Bills, in response to NFL Network.
Earlier this offseason, Poyer floated the thought of flipping AFC East rivals on his podcast.
“That’d be crazy to stay in the [AFC] East and come down to South Florida,” Poyer stated. “I might have to put my best suit and tie on. I know Mike McDaniel is going to be there.”
According to NFL Network, Poyer checked out the free company market however felt there was restricted curiosity for the deal he wished.
Turning 32 on April 25, Poyer has 24 profession interceptions, 706 tackles and 11 sacks. Playing with the Cleveland Browns and Philadelphia Eagles early in his profession, the previous seventh-round decide in 2013 got here into his personal over the previous six seasons in Buffalo. With the Bills, he has collected all however two of his profession interceptions and shaped a fierce security tandem with Micah Hyde, who missed a lot of the 2022 season with a neck harm.
The Dolphins have a beginning security tandem of Jevon Holland and Brandon Jones in place, however Jones’ 2022 season was reduce quick resulting from a knee harm. Miami additionally has second-year security Verone McKinley returning after getting enjoying time as an undrafted rookie. Fellow veteran safeties in Eric Rowe and Clayton Fejedelem are free brokers this offseason.
The Dolphins, after all, already made one immense transfer to bolster the secondary by buying and selling with the Los Angeles Rams for star cornerback Jalen Ramsey.
The Dolphins, on Wednesday, introduced they re-signed veteran deal with Kendall Lamm.