Bills sign Jordan Miller

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The Bills announced the signing of free agent cornerback Jordan Miller to a one-year deal.

Miller, 25, has three years of NFL experience, most recently with the Saints.

He entered the NFL as an fifth-round choice of the Falcons in 2019 and spent two years in Atlanta. Miller joined the Seahawks’ roster during the 2021 offseason but Seattle waived him in the middle of training camp.

The Saints added him to their roster Sept. 11, and he was on and off the roster the rest of last season.

New Orleans most recently cut him July 26.

He has appeared in 12 games in the NFL with five total tackles.

Miller takes the roster spot of cornerback Travon Fuller, who was waived with a left the squad designation.

9 responses to “Bills sign Jordan Miller

  1. It would feel like the Twilight Zone if there was ever a Bills story that didn’t have more Boston fans than Bills.

  2. touchback6 says:
    July 30, 2022 at 4:51 pm
    This guy would never make it with BB!

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    But Nkeal Harry would.

  3. “It would feel like the Twilight Zone if there was ever a Bills story that didn’t have more Boston fans than Bills”
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    You would think Pats fans would be all secure and even magnanimous after the run they had.

    Nope. Must be something in that New England DNA. The Yankees are probably responsible.

  4. Pats fans getting all exercised over a camp body. A sure sign of desperation. We cut this guy, Pats will grab him as their DBs are pedestrian at best.

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