Jordan Poyer, his agent both in attendance at Bills training camp

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Buffalo Bills safety Jordan Poyer is at the first day of the team’s 2022 training camp on Sunday in Rochester amid a contract dispute with the team.

Earlier this offseason, Poyer expressed his desire for a contract extension. He enters 2022 on the final year of his current deal.

To express his feelings with actions, Poyer did not attend the team’s early spring workouts which were voluntary.

Later when mandatory minicamp began, Poyer was in attendance. Like that occasion, training camp is also mandatory and the defender is again there.

Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott confirmed prior to practice via video conference that the Bills did have full attendance, meaning Poyer would be there. Moments later when the practice session began, both fans and media spotted Poyer working out with his teammates.

However, in a sense, Poyer was not alone.

In addition to Poyer taking in practice, according to WGR-550 radio (and a fan with a video), so was his agent in Drew Rosenhaus:

Rosenhaus became a well-known NFL agent in the past when he represented another former Bills player in wide receiver Terrell Owens. Rosenhaus likely represents other players on the team, but Poyer is the clear connection here based on his contract situation.

Rosenhaus in attendance does not mean a deal between the two sides in imminent, however, it clearly will be discussed by the two sides at some point. The hope for fans and Poyer is that something will be on the horizon soon.

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