Hyde was in coverage as the Raiders tried a pass on a 3rd & 3. The Buffalo safety slid out of bounds with cornerback Christian Benford and Las Vegas receiver Devante Adams. Hyde was slow to get up after the pass fell incomplete and walked slowly to the other side of the field. Bills trainers and head coach Sean McDermott met Hyde at midfield and watched his lower body as the 32-year-old veteran walked cautiously to the Buffalo bench.
#Bills Micah Hyde hamstring injury.— Banged Up Bills (@BangedUpBills) September 17, 2023
Questionable to return, looks like he tweaks the right side as he's trying to slow down & falls without contact.
He was dealing with a back injury last week & "some other things." pic.twitter.com/1KmXbZqFdG
The Bills announced that Hyde would be questionable to return with a hamstring injury.
Injury Updates:— Buffalo Bills PR (@BuffaloBillsPR) September 17, 2023
-Micah Hyde (hamstring) is questionable to return.
-Leonard Floyd (ankle) is questionable to return.
As for Floyd, it isn’t clear when or how he was hurt, but it was earlier in the same drive that sent Hyde to the sideline. The eight-year veteran defensive end, who joined the Bills this year after splitting his early career between the Chicago Bears and the Los Angeles Rams, was listed as questionable to return with an ankle injury.