The Buffalo Bills said goodbye to longtime all-pro Safety Jordan Poyer this week, so a move was bound to be made. In fact, this probably won't be the only move they make at the position. They could draft a safety, of course. They also may be active in free agency as the amount of quality starting players at the position available this year is tremendous.

The Bills Part Ways with Jordan Poyer

Poyer was a huge part of this team's success, a leader in the locker room, and will certainly be missed by Bills Mafia. He is also 32 years old and simply has lost a step. That's not to say he's not a good fit for a team, but the Bills need better production from the spot and also need to create cap space.

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The Buffalo Bills Resign Taylor Rapp

What should come as no surprise, the Bills are holding onto Safety Taylor Rapp. Rapp was a free agent signing last offseason and was a surprise to some with Poter and Micah Hyde seemingly being the starters. Rapp ended up being a huge contributor to the Bills' defense and, as others pointed out, the eventual replacement to one of the starters.

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The Bills will continue to make moves, as well as contract adjustments, to ensure they can be competitive this coming season. One contract expected to be adjusted is Quarterback Josh Allen, who via restricting can save the Bills over $20 million on their cap.

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