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Bills' Safety Micah Hyde Mulls Retirement after Season-Ending Loss

Buffalo Bills' Micah Hyde is seriously contemplating retirement following the team's season-end loss to Kansas City Chiefs. However, he stated no final decision has been made. Although his current contract ends in March and he's now 33, he intends to take time to relax and discuss his future with his loved ones.

Bills' Safety Micah Hyde Mulls Retirement after Season-Ending Loss

According to him, despite undergoing neck surgery that kept him out of most games in the 2022 season, medical professionals have confirmed that he is physically fit to keep playing.

Recalling the physically challenging 2023 season, Hyde narrated his health scares in two separate games that left him sitting out. Despite the setbacks, he emphasized the positive impact the season had on him.

“Every year when you lose, you wake up the next day and you’re filled with so much frustration because you weren’t able to get it done,” Hyde said. “This morning I woke up and I’m like, ‘Wow, that was a run. That was an amazing run we went on.’ I’m forever grateful for this team, the hard work and the resilience this team has showed.”

Regarding his next steps, Hyde stated, “I just have no idea what the future holds right now,” he added. “I’m going to sit down, maybe in a couple weeks or something, and talk to the wife and talk to the family. But we’ll see. I’m in no rush, no rush at all.”

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