Agents say Buffalo Bills, Jordan Boyer agree to rewrite contract

Buffalo, NY – After requesting an extension this season, Aman All Pro Jordan Boyer The Buffalo Bills have agreed to a reworked contract for the 2022 season that includes incentives of up to $2 million, agents Drew Rosenhaus and Kyle Lincoln told ESPN’s Field Yates Saturday.

“Jordan appreciates this gesture of goodwill through the bills as we continue to work toward the contract extension,” Rosenhouse told ESPN.

Boyer, 31, signed with Rosenhouse over the holiday season as he entered the final year of a two-year $19.5 million deal he signed with bills in March 2020 that included $500,000 in incentives.

The new incentives cover a variety of categories related to playing time and on-field production (such as interceptions) and team categories (improvements or statistical improvements), which are within reach based on Boyer’s role and team expectations this year.

Boyer, who was coming off an elbow injury, had a interception, two tackles and a pass he defended in the Bills’ 31-10 season opener over the Los Angeles Rams on Thursday.

He has expressed his desire to get a new deal this season as well as his love of playing for Buffalo. Rosenhaus was on site at the start of the team’s training camp and met general manager Brandon Bean.

“I want to keep playing football and play my best in Buffalo for as long as possible, no matter how long it takes,” Boyer said on August 29. But like I said, I’m here now with the guys. And I’m ready to attack this season.”

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He was a 2013 seventh-round pick from the Oregon State by the Philadelphia Eagles with the Bills over the past five seasons, and he’s played alongside safety Mika Hydewhich was signed until 2024, throughout that period.

Boyer and Hyde did not attend the team’s volunteer out-of-season programs, but he did participate in the team’s mandatory mini-camp before the summer hiatus and was full afterwards. The safety team sustained a left elbow injury on August 2 and did not return to training until August 27.

“It’s very special, very special,” Hyde said. “I guess I wouldn’t be the player I am today without him. And I think it’s safe to say he wouldn’t be the player he is without me. I told you guys this before, every single day we pushed each other.”

Boyer had 19 interceptions during his time at Buffalo, including five interceptions in 2021. He had three interceptions last year along with 93 interceptions.

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