Bills Are Said to Lose $19 Million in Free Agency for All-Pro Safety 

Over the previous four seasons, the Buffalo Bills have fielded one of the greatest defenses in the league,  

mostly due to the leadership and hard work of All-Pro safety Micah Hyde.The seasoned safety may ,

be able to terminate that streak in free agency the following season, according to one insider. 

Hyde is ranked No. 20 in Bleacher Report's ranking of the top free agents for the 2024 class, 

and Knox speculates that Hyde may be moving to the west to start over. Despite Hyde's December 33rd birthday, 

Knox noted that he is still "one of the most underrated defensive backs in the NFL" and said that a major Super Bowl contender would ,

be seriously interested in signing him.Knox mentioned that Hyde is currently playing 97% of Buffalo's defensive snaps ,

this season after recovering successfully from a neck injury that ended his 2022 campaign. 

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