Micah Hyde: Buffalo Bills safety suffers season-ending neck injury

Hyde’s agent Jack Bechta confirmed the news on Twitteradding that “fortunately we expect a healthy return for the No. 23 in 2023,” and the Bills officially placed the 31-year-old on the disabled list on Saturday.

After sustaining the injury in the third quarter, Hyde first left the field before being carried to the locker room.

In the same game, Bills cornerback Dane Jackson was taken to hospital in an ambulance after also sustaining a neck injury; Buffalo announced Tuesday that he was discharged from the hospital.

“[Hyde and cornerback Dane Jackson, who is also dealing with a neck injury] both seem to be moving or walking around or in the building here,” coach Sean McDermott told ESPN on Friday.

“And they’re in there going about their business, trying to get better every day. Obviously they’re not going to make this game. Other than that, I don’t have anything else for you at this point. We We’ll just work with them on their cadence and timing at this point.”

Since joining the Bills as a free agent in 2017, Hyde has been named to two All-Pro teams and a Pro Bowl team and formed one of the NFL’s top safety duos alongside Jordan. Pay.

He has 14 interceptions, including a pick six, 35 passes defended and 363 tackles during that span, according to ESPN.

Several of Hyde’s teammates shared messages of support on Instagram with Stefon Diggs posting “shake back 23”, Ed Oliver saying “We’ll hold it down fa ya” and quarterback Josh Allen: “Love ya 23. He Will be back. ..”

“Thank you so much for the love and support you have shown me and my family. It’s truly unreal. Bills Mafia, we love you! #23in23,” Hyde posted on Twitter.

The Bills will next take to the field on Sunday when they take on the Miami Dolphins.

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