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Bills safety Jordan Poyer says his vehicle was burglarized on New Year's Eve

After returning to Buffalo late Sunday night, Bills players went out to celebrate both New Year's Eve and their first playoff berth in 17 years.

But the night didn't end so well for safety Jordan Poyer, who sealed the Bills' victory over the Dolphins with a late interception. He posted Monday that his wallet, iPad and other items were stolen from his car in downtown Buffalo.

Update: Poyer said Wednesday that his iPad did contain the Bills' playbook, but they were able to wipe it clean.

Poyer's fiancΓ©e, Rachel Bush, also posted about the incident. She noted that the gloves Poyer was wearing when he intercepted Tom Brady were among the possessions stolen.

Needless to say, Poyer was not down on the city. He joked Wednesday that whoever stole his items got a nice meal out of it.

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