Buffalo Bills safety Jordan Poyer made First-Team All-Pro for the first time in 2021 and is seeking a new contract extension. Despite this contract dispute, Poyer will attend the Bills' mandatory minicamp this week, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Schefter says Poyer's agents, Drew Rosenhaus and Kyle Lincoln, have been in contact about this contract situation and are trying to work things out. The Bills safety wasn't in attendance for voluntary OTAs, but it was expected that he would show up for minicamp this week. And, sure enough, that is the case.

Poyer is entering the final season of his contract and wants to get paid after earning those All-Pro honors last season for a Bills team that fell just shy of the AFC Championship Game. The 31-year-old has spent the last five seasons in Buffalo after spending three-plus seasons with the Cleveland Browns. He began his career with the Philadelphia Eagles after going in the seventh round of the 2013 NFL Draft, only to play three games with the franchise.

In 2021, Poyer racked up five interceptions, tying a career high. He also had 93 total tackles, nine passes defended and a career-high 3.0 sacks. The Bills had the best defense in the NFL last season, though it didn't show up in the heartbreaking overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the Divisional Round.

Buffalo will look to bounce back from that defeat and take the next step and reach the Super Bowl. Poyer should be a big part of this, so we'll see if an extension gets done in the coming months.