The final player who is unlikely to be back in Buffalo in 2024 with the Bills is Micah Hyde. The veteran safety has been a fixture of this defense since joining the Bills in 2017 and was one of the first free agent signings by Sean McDermott as head coach of the Bills.
During those seven seasons, he has been a second-team All-Pro twice and made the Pro Bowl once. He has 16 career interceptions and the Bills have consistently ranked in the Top 5 against the pass because of Hyde, as well as Jordan Poyer.
However, Hyde is getting towards the end of his career and will be 33 next season. In addition, injuries have started to be a concern after he played only two games last season due to a neck injury and left the game against the Bengals due to a stinger from a late hit.
The Buffalo Bills are going to have a number of positions they need to address next offseason and with Jordan Poyer under contract through 2024, the coaching staff may try to bring Hyde back on a one-year deal. However, that is far from a guarantee and at this point it seems more likely they try to find his replacement this offseason.