4.) Micah Hyde
One of the leaders on the defense is back with the squad after suffering a season-ending neck injury last season in the second week against the Tennessee Titans. In the 2021 season, Hyde recorded five interceptions, 74 combined tackles, forced one fumble and recovered two fumbles.
Now that he is two years older than he was, Bills fans should be looking to see if he can still manage to lead the defense with Jordan Poyer in the backfield.
Hyde not only has pressure on him this season, but even beyond that. This is his contract year with the Bills and at 32 years old, he could be a prime player that the team is unable to bring back next year. So whether the Bills find a way to bring him back or not, Hyde will be competing to earn himself a contract for the future which could very well be his last one he receives.