Safety Jordan Poyer agrees to 2-year deal to stay with Bills

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Safety Jordan Poyer has elected to stay put by reaching a two-year agreement to re-sign with the Buffalo Bills after briefly testing free agency. Poyer’s return immediately solidifies Buffalo’s secondary, which stood to lose a key leader and contributor in forming one of the NFL’s top safety tandems in playing alongside Micah Hyde. The 31-year-old Poyer has 10 years of NFL experience, and returns for his seventh season in Buffalo. A person with direct knowledge of the agreement tells The Associated Press that the Bills agreed to sign former Saints receiver Deonte Harty to a two-year contract. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the contract is not yet signed. Buffalo also issued a qualifying offer to retain the rights of defensive back Dane Jackson.

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