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According to Sal Capaccio, Buffalo Bills safety Micah Hyde was carted off the field after intercepting a pass and limping to the sideline during Friday's training camp session.
Micah Hyde's health is paramount to the success of the Bills' defense and would be a devastating loss if the injury turns out to be a serious one. Hyde is coming off of a second-team All-Pro season where he had 74 tackles, 10 passes defensed, and five interceptions.
The Bills have converted $5.68 million of Micah Hyde's contract into signing bonus.
The restructured contract creates $4.544 million in cap space heading into free agency today. According to Spotrac, the Bills are 22nd on a list of which teams have the most to spend in free agency.
Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Bills have signed Micah Hyde to a two-year extension.
Hyde played well for the Bills last season and was rewarded with a two-year extension. He appeared in 15 games and had 48 solo tackles to go along with one interception.
Bills safety Micah Hyde (groin) is inactive for Week 8 against the Patriots.
Hyde didn't practice on Friday so his status was always going to be in doubt for this one. It's a small downgrade to Buffalo's D/ST, but they remain a worthy fantasy starts squaring off against a weak Patriots offense.
Micah Hyde had five solo tackles and also took the Dolphins onside kick attempt to the house in a 31-21 win over the Dolphins.
Hyde had a quiet game until he came up big in a crucial moment. The Dolphins had a chance to tie or take the lead had they recovered an onside kick, but Hyde had other ideas and ran the ball into the endzone.