News of the terrible defensive injuries for the Buffalo Bills.

Buffalo Bills Have to win Super Bowl LVII without the services of venerable safety Micah Hyde.

ESPN's Adam Schefter reports that Hyde's agent, Jack Bechta, made the season-ending injury announcement on Saturday morning.

Safety Micah Hyde of the Bills will be added to the injured reserve list today due to a recent neck injury, according to a tweet from Schefter.

Fortunately, we anticipate a strong return for [Number 23] in 2023," tweeted Bechta.

Coach Sean McDermott of the Bills told ESPN on Friday that Hyde and cornerback Dane Jackson, who is also nursing a neck ailment, 

"both seem to be moving around, walking around, or in the building here."

Hyde, who has had neck ailments in the past, totals seven tackles on the year. Hyde joined the Buffalo Bills in 2017 after initially being selected by the

Green Bay Packers in the fifth round of the 2013 NFL Draft out of the University of Iowa. The deal was worth $35 million over five years.