Hyde (hip) started Thursday's preseason game against the Vikings. Hyde appears to have put his hip injury in the rearview mirror following his appearance in Thursday's preseason contest. The 26-year-old played nine defensive snaps and looks to have solidified his spot as the team's starting strong safety.
Hyde (hip) participated on a limited basis Monday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports. Hyde was injured Wednesday, though the ailment was never thought to be anything serious. We'll see if the starting strong safety is able to get in some action during the Bills' preseason opener Thursday.
Hyde, who suffered a hip injury during Wednesday's practice, missed Thursday's training camp session, Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com reports. The team is using a tone that implies it's a minor injury and is just playing things cautiously, so we wouldn't be surprised to see the starting safety back in short order.
Hyde suffered a hip injury during Wednesday's practice. While he returned to the field after being checked on, he didn't suit up for any more snaps, Chris Brown of BuffaloBills.com reports. The starting safety thinks he'll be OK in short time. Hyde, acquired in free agency this offseason, is an important piece in Sean McDermott's new defense, as the secondary is quite thin and will rely on him both as a clear starter and veteran presence.
The Bills have signed Hyde, ESPN's Mike Rodak reports. This is a good signing as well as a need signing by the Bills, as the team doesn't have much left in the secondary following the first round of offseason changes. Hyde's signing might allow the Bills to focus more on corner and receiver in the first few rounds of the draft, while the former Packer should be expected to start from Day 1. The Bills also get quite a bit more durability in Hyde compared to the recently released Aaron Williams (neck), as Hyde's only missed one regular-season game in his pro career.
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