A defensive back for the Green Bay Packers the last four years is parting ways to head to Buffalo.
The Bills announced they have signed Micah Hyde, who played key roles both in the secondary and special teams.
The Journal Sentinel's Tom Haudricourt reports that Hyde will make more than $6 million/year.
Hyde, a four-year contributor, started 33 of his 63 games with the Packers.
He totaled eight interceptions in the regular season and one in the postseason.
He also scored three touchdowns off punt returns in his career, a skill in which he averaged 9.7 yards per return.