Payments’ Jordan Phillips wants offseason surgical procedure, needs to re-sign in Buffalo

Buffalo Payments defensive deal with Jordan Phillips performed via damage on the finish of the 2022 season. It should require surgical procedure.

Towards the New England Patriots in early December, Phillips suffered a shoulder injury.

Phillips, 30, went on to overlook two video games. He returned in Week 16 towards the Chicago Bears, however did so taking part in a smaller quantity of snaps than he had been earlier within the 12 months.

Throughout locker cleanout day earlier this week after Buffalo’s season led to 27-10 fashion towards the Cincinnati Bengals, Phillips admitted he wants surgical procedure.He indicated to reporters he tore his rotator cuff.

Shifting ahead, Phillips may have that offseason process however he will even be a free agent.

Together with noting he may have surgical procedure, Phillips additionally stated he needs to be again in Buffalo in 2023. He’s assured it can occur.

“Yeah, I’m going to determine a option to get it performed,” Phillips stated.

Keep tuned to Payments Wire all through the offseason for updates relating to free company.


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