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Buffalo Rumblings Mar 13, 2017
Jordan Poyer’s Buffalo Bills contract makes him a starting safety

Jordan Poyer’s Buffalo Bills contract makes him a starting safety

The Bills may have found a starting safety after all. The Buffalo Bills released Corey Graham and Aaron Williams last week and signed Micah Hyde, so it would seem they are short a starting safety. Now that we have contract numbers for free agent signee Jordan Poyer, it looks like Buffalo already has their starting safety in mind. “Safety Jordan Poyer signed a 4-year deal with the Bills worth $13 million with $6 million guaranteed,” writes Mike Rodak at ESPN. “He received a $3.5 million signing bonus.” Rodak goes on to explain the details of the contract but there is one thing you...
Buffalo Rumblings Mar 10, 2017
Which positional groups should Buffalo Bills add to next?

Which positional groups should Buffalo Bills add to next?

Spoiler Alert: They need a lot of help. With news of Corey Graham’s release adding another hole in the Buffalo Bills’ depth chart, the early-goings of the 2017 free agency period certainly have been eventful. There is still plenty of time for the Bills to add pieces to the roster; however, the number of holes the Bills currently have will make covering them all quite a daunting task. With only six draft picks, the team will have to be creative in acquiring talent. Which positional groups are the ones in need of the most help? After poring over the team’s official roster, it’s clear...
numberFire Mar 10, 2017

Bills release veteran Corey Graham

The Buffalo Bills released defensive back Corey Graham. What It Means: Graham started all 16 games for the Bills each of the past two seasons, but wasn't all too impressive. Buffalo brought in Micah Hyde for $14 million guaranteed to replace him. Buffalo's secondary was 20th last season in schedule-adjusted Defensive Passing Net Expected Points allowed per play. Source: Rotoworld.com
Buffalo Rumblings Mar 10, 2017
Buffalo Bills release safety Corey Graham

Buffalo Bills release safety Corey Graham

The ten-year vet had been with the Bills for the last three seasons. The Buffalo Bills announced today that they’ve released safety Corey Graham. Graham, 31, was a fifth-round pick by the Chicago Bears in 2007. After a short stint with the Baltimore Ravens, Graham joined his hometown Bills in 2014. He’s played in ever game during his three seasons in Buffalo, starting all 16 games in each of the last two seasons. He appeared in 98.2% of the team’s defensive snaps in 2016, second behind Preston Brown. The move is somewhat surprising, coming on the heels of the team releasing Aaron...
NFL Trade Rumors Mar 10, 2017

Bills Release Veteran S Corey Graham

The Buffalo Bills announced that they have released veteran S Corey Graham on Friday. Weve released safety Corey Graham. https://t.co/L2N2GOJr36 pic.twitter.com/uY3PRyw8mk — Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) March 10, 2017 Graham, 31, was entering the final year of a four-year, $16,300,000 that included $8.1 million guaranteed and was set to make a base salary of $3,225,000 in 2017. According … The post Bills Release Veteran S Corey Graham appeared first on NFLTradeRumors.co.

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