NFL free safety Micah Richmond Hyde was born on December 31, 1990, and he currently plays for the Buffalo Bills (NFL). He participated in football at the University of Iowa and was picked by the Green Bay Packers in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL Draft.
Another member of the Buffalo Bills’ secondary departed the game with an injury with about five minutes left in the third quarter of Monday Night Football. Safety On that same play, Micah Hyde was hurt while making a tackle on wide receiver Robert Woods.
Hyde got up and walked off the field following an injury timeout during which the Buffalo Bills’ training team came onto the field to check on him; he was spotted shaking his right arm, however, as he left. He seemed shaky.
#Bills Micah Hyde neck injury.
He did not return to the game & was later evaluated at the hospital.
Possibility of a stinger based on how he hit face first & injury designation.
Good chance he could play Sunday if it’s a stinger, will have to watch practice reports. pic.twitter.com/8IppDI1OqI
— Banged Up Bills (@BangedUpBills) September 20, 2022
The Bills added that Hyde had been injured in the neck after further evaluation. Hyde was the second defensive player for the Bills to leave the game during the prime-time home opener against the Titans. Just before halftime, Buffalo’s cornerback Dane Jackson was taken by ambulance to the hospital for head and neck imaging tests.
Since Hyde had to be carted off the field for medical examination, Jaquan Johnson replaced him at safety.
As a result of his four interceptions over the course of the last four games, Hyde was voted the AFC’s Defensive Player of the Month for October. A 23-3 Week 13 loss to the New England Patriots on December 3, 2017, saw him record a career-high 12 tackles (ten solos) and a pass deflection. As of the 19th of December, 2017, it was revealed that Hyde would be selected for the Pro Bowl for the first time in 2018.
In his first season with the Buffalo Bills, he played in all 16 games and made 16 starts. He finished with 82 tackles (65 solos), 13 pass deflections, and five interceptions. For the four metrics we’re keeping track of, he posted new personal bests. As of 2017, Pro Football Focus ranked Hyde fourteenth among qualifying safeties with an overall rating of 86.2. Many NFL analysts and media people regarded Hyde and Poyer as the greatest safety tandem in the game after they both received high marks in 2017.
On March 5, 2021, Hyde and the Bills agreed to a two-year, $19.25 million contract deal that would keep him with the team through the 2023 season. In Week 5 of the season, after intercepting Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, Hyde scored his first career touchdown, tying his career-best for interceptions and fumble recoveries. They met the Chiefs once more in the AFC Divisional Round, and this time they lost, 42-36 in overtime. For the second time in his career, safety Micah Hyde was selected to the All-Pro second team.
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