Micah Richmond Hyde is a player for the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League. He stands 1.83 meters tall and weighs 89 kilograms. He attended Fostoria High School and earned letters in football, basketball, and baseball there. For his punting, he received honorable mention. In his final year, he was selected for the first team as both a quarterback and a defensive back.
At the University of Iowa, he participated in NCAA football for the Iowa Hawkeyes squad. Rivals.com rated him as a two-star dual-threat quarterback. He got a 3.2 GPA while attending Fostoria and completed the 40-yard sprint in 4.45 seconds. In the fifth round of the 2013 NFL Draft, the Green Bay Packers selected Hyde. He was chosen in 2013 as the 23rd cornerback. Draft analysts and journalists speculate that his earlier arrest may have contributed to his drop to the fifth round.
He received a four-year, $2.33 million contract from the Green Bay Packers on May 10, 2013, along with a $178,108 signing bonus. He and the Buffalo Bills reached a five-year, $30.50 million deal in March 2017 that included a $8 million signing bonus and a $14 million guarantee. He committed to the Bills in advance of the 2021 campaign, agreeing to a two-year, $19.25 million deal that would keep him under contract until 2023.
What nationality is Micah Hyde of the Buffalo Bills?
Micha Hyde is American by birth. He was born in Fostoria in Ohio in the United States of America.