The Bills sign Micah Hyde safety contract for a two-year contract extension, the team announced on Friday.
Hyde is set to become a free agent after the 2021 season.
Buffalo now has both the safety – Hyde and Jordan Peyer – under contract for the foreseeable future.Poyer’s deal runs until the 2022 season and Hyde is now until 2023.
The Hyde extension is valued at $ 19.25 million, NFL Media’s Ian Rapoport reported.
Hyde, 30, 70 tackles, one interception and five passes in 2020.
The eight-year veteran arrived in Buffalo with head coach Sean McDermott in 2017.Hyde was honored with a second Pro Bowl and All-Pro team in his first season. With buffalo
He has started 62 of 64 possible games for the Bills in the past four seasons, recording 282 tackles, nine interceptions and two forcing failures.
Hyde spent four years playing for Green Bay before coming to Bill and was a fifth-round pick from Iowa on the 2013 NFL Draft.