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Bills Links. 2/6: Jordan Poyer, salary-cap situation

Lots of salary-cap talk this week. Today is no different.

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Get caught up on all of your Buffalo Bills news with today’s edition of the links. Today, we examine safety Jordan Poyer and what it could take to keep the stellar defensive playmaker in Buffalo. We continue to follow the Greg Olsen free-agency tour, take a look at how the Bills improved their salary-cap situation, and address the basic principles of the NFL salary-cap system.


Jordan Poyer played big again for Bills in 2019, putting himself in line for new deal – The Buffalo News
Bringing Poyer back is another key issue facing the Bills.

Oddsmakers expect more from Bills in 2020 than they expected in 2019 – The Buffalo News
The Buffalo Bills under-over for wins for the 2020 season has been set at 8.5 by SportsBetting.ag.

Tight end Greg Olsen confirms Bills visit, says he’s on information gathering tour – The Buffalo News
Former Carolina tight end Greg Olsen says he has “been blown away” by the number of teams that have contacted him after his parting with the Panthers.

Salary cap surge: How Brandon Beane got the Bills to the point where they ‘control their own destiny’ – The Athletic
The Bills, who have about $80 million in cap space this offseason, are one of only four teams in the top 14 that made the playoffs. (Subscription required).

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Fan opinion: What should Buffalo do at tight end in offseason? - Buffalo Rumblings
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Buffalo Bills increasing prices for season tickets, parking passes - Buffalo Rumblings
Even with the increased prices, Buffalo is still one of the cheapest in the league.

Living on a budget: The basic principles of the NFL salary cap - Buffalo Rumblings
Foundational terminology to know how to not go broke.

2020 NFL Draft: Todd McShay mocks D’Andre Swift to Buffalo Bills - Buffalo Rumblings
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