shocking news After an unexpected release from the Bills, Jordan Poyer signed a 4-year contract deal…

The Miami Dolphins, led by head coach Mike McDaniel, are currently rebuilding their team following their second consecutive loss in the postseason’s opening round—this time to the eventual Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs in one of the league’s coldest games ever. For the majority of the chilly evening, McDaniel’s team shockingly struggled on defense as Kansas City’s aerial assault repeatedly hurt the Dolphins despite the extremely low temperatures.

In light of this, it seems logical that the Dolphins would be looking for additional defensive backfield support over the offseason, especially in light of their unexpected release of Xavien Howard earlier this month.

According to the most recent sources, the Dolphins have begun to fill that vacuum already.

According to his representatives, Drew Rosenhaus and Kyle Lincoln, former Bills safety Jordan Poyer is signing with the Dolphins for a one-year contract, according to NFL insider Adam Schefter of ESPN on X, the social networking site that was once known as Twitter.

The Buffalo Bills, Jordan Poyer’s longtime team with whom he had guided to many deep playoff runs over the previous few seasons, unexpectedly fired him lately. Naturally, the Bills lost to the Chiefs in the playoffs the exact week after Miami was defeated by Patrick Mahomes and company, which is why it’s clear that both clubs want to make changes to their defense this summer.

The remainder of free agency and the NFL Draft will now be anticipated by the Dolphins as the offseason progresses.

Jackson Stone, an Atlanta native and senior at Mercer University, plans to get a BA in communications. Jackson has always loved sports and is an ardent supporter of all Atlanta clubs. 2023 saw him join ClutchPoints.

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