Bills sign safety Micah Hyde to 2-year contract extension
Buffalo Bills defensive back Micah Hyde has agreed to a two-year contract extension on Friday.
Hyde's new contract will keep 75% of Buffalo's starting secondary intact through 2022 after Jordan Poyer and Tre'Davious White previously signed extensions. In 938 snaps last season, Hyde was a solid contributor, finishing as Pro Football Focus' 25th ranked safety primarily due to his 75.2 rating as a run defender.
In 577 coverage snaps, Hyde produced PFF's 28th rating among safeties, allowing 11 receptions 96 yards and one touchdown on 19 total targets.
- Belichick: New England's Damien Harris 'can compete for the top role now' July 29th, 2021
- Cowboys' Dak Prescott (shoulder) diagnosed with muscle strain, exits practice early on Wednesday July 28th, 2021
- Raiders' Kenyan Drake placed on non-football injury list July 28th, 2021
- Jets' Chris Herndon working with second string July 28th, 2021
- Michael Carter opens camp with Jets' first team July 28th, 2021
- Raiders' Henry Ruggs focusing on playing stronger July 28th, 2021
- Buffalo's Zack Moss (ankle) expected to be ready for training camp July 12th, 2021
- Emmanuel Sanders 'most underrated piece' to Bills offense July 1st, 2021
- Zack Moss has path to Bills' three-down role July 1st, 2021
- Bills sign safety Micah Hyde to 2-year contract extension March 5th, 2021
- Cole Beasley (knee) not listed on Buffalo's AFC Championship injury report January 22nd, 2021
- Stefon Diggs managing oblique injury at Bills practice January 21st, 2021