Bills’ Jordan Poyer named first-team All-Pro

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Buffalo Bills safety Jordan Poyer was not named a 2021 Pro Bowler.

Not a problem anymore.

On Friday, Poyer was named a first-team, All-Pro selection by the Associated Press.

Overall, Poyer received 12 first team votes. He received the second-most at his position in the NFL behind Kevin Byard of the Tennessee Titans.

It’s the first time Poyer has received first-team, All-Pro honors. He’s also the only Buffalo Bills player to be named a selection this season.

In 2020, wide receiver Stefon Diggs was the Bills’ lone first-teamer.

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