REPORT: The wife of Jordan Poyer explains why former Bills safety signed with the Dolphins.

This is very interesting she really had a very clear explanation.

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According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, veteran safety Jordan Poyer is choosing to sign with the AFC East rival Miami Dolphins after being dismissed by the Buffalo Bills before to NFL free agency.

After the initial story on March 12th in the evening, ESPN Dolphins beat writer Marcel Louis-Jacques quickly provided the deal specifics. The newspaper stated, “According to sources, former Bills S Jordan Poyer’s contract with the Dolphins is a 1-year, $2M agreement. It’s a tiny price to pay for a former first-team All-Pro whose career earns

Considering that the former first-team All-Pro’s career earnings are just short of $44 million, it’s a little price to pay.

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Following their agreement, Poyer’s spouse Rachel Bush posted a message on Instagram featuring their daughter Aliyah next to Miami’s mascot, “T.D.” For fans of the Dolphins, FinsXtra shared the message on X.

“Aliyah had only one place she wanted daddy to sign,” she captioned the photo, adding: “Guess where?” In a second text bubble, Bush proclaimed: “We’re home!!”

She relayed a similar all-caps statement on X, writing: “FINS UP WE ARE HOME !! 🐬🩵”

The defensive back also echoed his wife’s comments during a conversation with NFL reporter Cameron Wolfe. “I’m coming home!” He reiterated. “I live about 25 minutes from there [during the offseason]. I’ve wanted to come to Florida for a long time and I feel like I’m coming home. I’ve had a lot of respect for coach [Mike] McDaniel and his team for a long time and it feels right… I think I’m going to be a perfect fit.”

It appears Poyer’s family had a hand in pushing him toward a homecoming.

Poyer has been throwing out some pretty strong hints that he’d be willing to join the Dolphins — whether it’s because his family lives there during the offseason or because his daughter Aliyah requested it.


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