Jordan Poyer: I expect to be out there Week 1

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Bills safety Jordan Poyer missed almost a month of practice after hurting his elbow in early August, but he was able to get on the field last weekend and he expects to keep making progress over the next week.

The Bills will be involved in the first game of the 2022 season when they head to Los Angeles to face the Rams and Poyer said on Monday that he believes he will be in the lineup for that game.

“I expect to be out there, as long as there’s no setbacks,” Poyer said, via Katherine Fitzgerald of the Buffalo News. “It feels really good right now, I’ll continue to work every single day to try to get to 100 percent for the first game. I feel good. It feels like it’s been forever, but it’s finally felt good to be back on the field these last couple of days with the guys. I know they’ve been working hard in training camp, I’ve been working hard trying to get back on field.”

Poyer said he feels good about his conditioning and that he hasn’t “missed a beat” despite being off the field for weeks. If all goes according to plan, he’ll be able to prove that against the Rams in just over a week.

4 responses to “Jordan Poyer: I expect to be out there Week 1

  1. Its a crime that he came in higher on the NFLN top 100 than Xavien Howard.

    Bro, Miami is going to roast your secondary.

    Two All-pro safeties = LOL.

    Jevon Holland all day is better than Poyer and Hyde.

  2. When you look at the age and contracts of some of these guys on the Bills, they’re simply teetering on the edge with what appears to look good.

    They just don’t have any in house talent like other well built teams. KC is in the same boat.

    That foundation can come crumbling down on a top heavy roster at any moment. One key injury here and there, and that’s it.

  3. The Bills are certainly not “top heavy.” I’d argue that this is the deepest they’ve been at every positional unit in their history – even over those great teams from the ’90s.

    They cut WR’s who would have been #2 or 3 guys just 5 years ago. They’re deep at WR, RB, CB, LB & both lines. Not a JAG in sight.

    And most of their talent are players they drafted.

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