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NFL free agent Jordan Poyer isn't fan of states that 'take half my money'
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Some probably think about it, but free agent star safety Jordan Poyer said it; professional athletes are thinking about state taxes when thinking about where to play next in free agency.
There is so much that goes into the free agent process, but the financials of new deals around the league are one of the main factors that entices a player to join a new squad. Of course, state taxes get involved when looking at the grand total on the game-day check.
Poyer has become one of the best safeties in the NFL during his time with the Buffalo Bills after joining them in 2017. He signed a four-year, $13 million deal and was given a two-year extension in 2021 worth $19.5 million.
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