Another casualty for the Green Bay Packers today as the Buffalo Bills have reportedly signed away Micah Hyde from the Green Bay Packers.
There’s a new face in the secondary. Welcome to Buffalo, Micah Hyde!
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) March 9, 2017
Hyde was a four year starter for the Packers after being drafted in the Packers in the fifth round out of the University of Iowa. Hyde played all 16 games of his Rookie year and never played less than 15 games in all 4 years.
Micah was a versatile player able to line up outside as well as nickel, dime, and safety. Hyde was also a valuable player on special teams as a punt and kick returner.
The deal with the Bills is said to be $30M over 5 years
The #Bills are giving Micah Hyde $30M over 5 years, source said. $32.5M max. $14M guaranteed
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 9, 2017
From all of us at Packernet, we wish you the best Micah and thanks for 4 great years!