Buffalo Bills defence Micah Hyde exited the field, shaking his am, after collapsing on a play during the Bills' win over the Tennessee Titans.

After spending five minutes in the blue medical tent next to the Bills' sideline, Micah Hyde entered the locker room.

Things appeared frightening when Micah Hyde arrived at the hospital from the locker room.

Jack Bechta, Hyde's agent, disclosed that Hyde would undergo surgery and be out for the rest of 2022.

Hyde signed up with the Bills in 2017, ushering in the "McBeane Era."

Hyde had the finest season of his career in his debut season with the Bills, recording 82 tackles, five interceptions, and being awarded Defensive Player of the Month for October 2017.

Hyde had already made a total of seven tackles in the first two games of the 2022 season, one of which he was unable to complete because of a neck injury.

If he had been able to keep up that pace, he would have finished the season with close to 80 tackles.

Hyde's season ends in 2022. The good news is that he will still be under contract for his return after investing a lot of time and effort into making the Buffalo Bills a legitimate Super Bowl contender this season.

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