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Jordan Poyer, Tre’Davious White among several Buffalo Bills’ salary-cap cuts

The Buffalo Bills made several moves on Wednesday to clear cap space as they look to get under the $255.4 million limit before the start of the new league year next week.

Buffalo has decided to move on from safety Jordan Poyer ($5.7M), cornerback Tre’Davious White ($10.2M-post June 1 designation), center Mitch Morse ($8.5M), defensive back Siran Neal ($2.88M), wide receiver Deonte Harty ($4.2M), and running back Nyheim Hines ($4.66M), according to NFL Network’s Adam Schefter.


Additionally, the Bills restructured the contracts of linebacker Von Miller and cornerback Rasul Douglas. Miller’s contract now has a base value of $8.855M in 2024, with the chance to earn up to $20M with incentives, saving $8.645M. Douglas’ deal has been adjusted to save $2.5M against the cap.

The Bills entered Wednesday dead last among all 32 teams in terms of cap space, according to Over The Cap, but cleared over $37M and are just $1.7M over the cap. Buffalo will gain an additional $10.2M in June when the White release becomes official.