Bills agree to terms with punter Matt Haack

The move most likely means the team is moving on from Corey Bojorquez

The Buffalo Bills have agreed to terms on a three-year contract with punter Matt Haack, the team announced on Tuesday.

Haack, a left-footed punter, comes to the Bills from the Miami Dolphins, where he spent the first four years of his NFL career after being signed as an undrafted free agent in 2017 out of Arizona.

The signing of Haack may mean the Bills are prepared to move on from Corey Bojorquez, who is a restricted free agent. To retain Bojorquez's rights, the Bills would have to give him a minimum qualifying offer of $2.13 million, which would make him one of the top-10 paid punters in the NFL by cash, and in the top half of the league in terms of salary cap hits in 2021.

The Bills may have determined that was too hefty of a price and decided to move on. Absent a qualifying offer or re-signing, Bojorquez will now become an unrestricted free agent as of 4 p.m. ET on Wednesday, free to sign with any club.

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