Bills safety Micah Hyde fell down during practice after grabbing an interception that was subsequently dropped. Hyde hit the ground and lay there for a moment before rising up. Trainers came onto the field to help him up, but Hyde walked off under his own power with a bit of a limp.
The safety eventually took a cart ride to the locker room for additional evaluation. The official word is Hyde is struggling with a hip/glute ailment that is still being assessed.
The Bills were also missing left tackle Dion Dawkin on Friday. Dawkins was excused from practice for personal reasons. The defensive line had another strong day of practice by pressuring the quarterbacks because the offensive line was lacking a few important pieces.
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With no Dawkins, Rodger Saffold, Ryan Bates, or Spencer Brown in the mix, the defense, and defensive line won the battle in the trenches on Friday by picking up a couple of tackles for loss and sacks. On one play, defensive tackle Ed Oliver came roaring in and accidentally knocked Josh Allen down. Knocking your starting quarterback down is a big no-no, but thankfully Allen was fine.
Buffalo Bills Regular Season Debut in Their Season-Opener Against the New York Jets and Recorded Three Solo Tackles, Broke up A Pass and Intercepted a Pass by Josh Mc Crown in The 21–12 Victory. on October 1, 2017, Hyde Had Seven Combined Tackles, Two Pass Deflections, and Intercepted Two Passes by Matt Ryan During a 23–17 Win Over the Atlanta Falcons.
It Marked Hyde’s First Time Intercepting Multiple Passes in A Single Game. in Week 8, He Produced Five Solo Tackles, a Pass Deflection, and Intercepted a Pass by Derek Carr in the Bills’ 34–14 win against the Oakland Raiders.
Following four interceptions in the last four games, Hyde received the AFC Defensive Player of the Month award on November 2, 2017. During a 23–3 loss to the New England Patriots on December 3, 2017, he racked up a career-high 12 tackles (ten of them solo) and a pass deflection.
Hyde was selected for the 2018 Pro Bowl for the first time on December 19, 2017, when it was revealed he had been elected. He has 82 combined tackles (65 solos), 13 pass deflections, and five interceptions in 16 games and 16 starts for the Buffalo Bills in his rookie season.
In each of the four statistical categories, he made new career highs. An overall grade of 86.2 from Pro Football Focus ranked Hyde 14th among qualifying safeties in 2017. In 2017, Hyde and Poyer were one of the greatest safety duos in the league, according to several NFL experts and media members.
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