Former Iowa star Micah Hyde was reportedly injured at practice with the Buffalo Bills on Friday. He was seen limping off the field after making an interception according to Sal Capaccio of WGR 550 in Buffalo, New York.

Hyde had a neck injury in September of last season. The 31-year old reportedly had a hip/glue injury according to Capaccio, and is still being evaluated. It’s important to note that Hyde and the Bills agreed to restructure his contract back in March.

Capaccio stated that Hyde was down for a couple of minutes while the Bills’ trainers attended to him. Hyde 53 solo tackles, 1 forced fumble, and 5 interceptions in 2021.

Hopefully for the Bills, his injury won’t be as serious.