Micah Hyde could return if Bills play in AFC Championship Game, Super Bowl

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Bills safety Micah Hyde, who was declared out for the season with a neck injury in September, has a chance to return — but not this week, and not next week.

After Hyde returned to practice this week, Bills coach Sean McDermott said today that there’s a chance Hyde could return to play in the AFC Championship Game or the Super Bowl.

McDermott did say Hyde will not play on Sunday against the Dolphins, or next weekend in the divisional round of the playoffs. Beyond that, it’s possible.

Hyde was a second-team All-Pro in 2021 and would be a major boost to the Bills if he can play at that level again this postseason, even if just for a game or two — the biggest one or two games of the year.

8 responses to “Micah Hyde could return if Bills play in AFC Championship Game, Super Bowl

  1. Yeah, it really would be a liability to have an All-Pro and arguably most important player of our defense come back and replace a 4th stringer as the QB of the secondary…..

    Swing and a miss Mickey.

  2. firethenewcoach says:
    January 13, 2023 at 11:41 am
    Who said that making it to the second round was set in stone

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    …no one?

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