Hyde named 2nd Team All-Pro

January 5, 2018

First, it was being named AFC Defensive Player of the Month back in October.  Then, it was a Pro Bowl invitation.  Now, Bills’ safety Micah Hyde continues to add to his accolades as he’s been named a 2nd-Team All-Pro by the Associated Press.

Congrats to Micah Hyde, just named a 2017 AP Second Team All-Pro!

A huge honor well-deserved, @micah_hyde. -- #GoBills pic.twitter.com/whc27LCsyU

— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) January 5, 2018

Hyde finished the regualr season with a terrific stat line showing his versatility:
82 total tackles
2 tackles for loss
5 interceptions
13 pass breakups

Originally drafted by the Packers in the fifth round in 2013, Hyde started 49 games over four years in Green Bay, then signed a five-year, $30.5 million contract with the Bills when he hit free agency in March. The Toledo, Ohio native turned 27-years old on Sunday, the same day the Bills clinched their first playoff berth in eighteen years.


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