Takes his Talent Elsewhere,
Hawks, Bills and Browns Mix it Up.
By Dave Nelson
After playing the last four NFL seasons with the Cleveland Browns, Astoria’s Jordan Poyer signed a free agent contract with the Buffalo Bills.
Poyer was drafted out of Oregon State by the Philadelphia Eagles in, Round 7, pick 218 of the 2013 Draft. He was released by the Eagles in October of that year, and claimed by the Browns a few days later.
«It›s an exciting place to play football.» Poyer said in his introductory news conference, via buffalobills.com. “I’m excited about the opportunity that I have here. Excited to get going.”
«The football fans out here are unreal and you hear about it around the league.»
Meanwhile, Seahawks fans will recognize one of Poyer›s new teammates.
KOMO TV is reporting, Seahawks free agent kicker Stephen Hauscha, will be a member of the Buffalo Bills next season, after agreeing to a four year deal.
Mike Ferreri, the sports reporter at the Seattle ABC affiliate also reports, the Seahawks indicated they were making a change earlier this year when they signed former Vikings kicker Blair Walsh.
Hauscha is the third most accurate field goal kicker in NFL history.