Micah Hyde is a free safety for the National Football League’s Buffalo Bills and plays American football. He is 1.83 m tall and 89 kg in weight. He was a football, basketball, and baseball letterwinner while a student at Fostoria High School. As a quarterback, defensive back, and place kicker in his junior year, he was named to the northern Ohio first team.
He received honorable mention as a punter as well. In his senior year, he was also selected as a first team quarterback and defensive back. He completed 606 out of 997 passes for 7,864 yards and 65 touchdowns as a quarterback. He also had 549 rushing attempts for 3,443 yards and 46 scores.
He was a University of Iowa student who participated in collegiate football for the Iowa Hawkeyes. He started each game he played in over the final three seasons of his career. He was chosen by the Green Bay Packers in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL Draft. Hyde and the Packers agreed to a four-year, $2.33 million contract in May 2013 that also included a $178,108 signing bonus.
Hyde and the Buffalo Bills agreed to a five-year, $30.50 million contract in march 2017 that had a $14 million guaranteed cap hit and a $8 million signing bonus. In Week 5 of the 2021 season, after intercepting Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes, he tied his career high for interceptions, fumble recoveries, and touchdowns.
Did the Bills release Micah Hyde?
No. Micah Hyde still plays for the Buffalo Bills.