- Micah Hyde joined the Bills in 2017 and just finished the last year of his contract
- Rachel Bush’s husband, Jordan Poyer, signed a two-year extension in March
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Rachel Bush has expressed her gratitude towards fellow Bills WAG Amanda Hyde, with the latter’s husband Micah potentially heading towards the exit door at Buffalo.
On Monday, Bush – who is married to safety Jordan Poyer – took to Instagram to share a message to Hyde, with Micah an impending free agent, and his future far from clear.
‘Since 2017,’ Bush wrote alongside what appears to be a photo of her and Hyde locked in an embrace postgame. ‘Love you forever ever!! @amandahyde_.’
The message came the morning after Buffalo’s emotional 27-24 divisional playoff loss to the Kansas City Chiefs at Highmark Stadium.
Entering the offseason, the Hydes have to face the music with the uncertainty of Micah’s future with the organization.
Rachel Bush posted an emotional message for Amanda Hyde after the Bills’ loss on Sunday
Bush is married to safety Jordan Poyer, who signed a two-year extension with the Bills in 2023
While the former Pro-Bowler admits to ‘having no idea what the future holds’, Hyde also mentioned how he is in no rush to figure out his next move.
‘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,’ Hyde said, per the Buffalo News.
After spending his first four seasons in the NFL with the Green Bay Packers, Hyde made the move to Buffalo in 2017.
Poyer joined the Bills that same year and while both safeties were contractually in sync, Poyer signed a two-year extension in March.
Hyde’s husband Micah joined the Bills in 2017 and just concluded the final year of his contract
Poyer (L) and Hyde (R) joined the Bills in 2017; Hyde’s neck injury kept him off for most of 2022
Micah and Amanda got married in 2018, shortly after his move to the Bills.
Hyde missed most of the 2022 season with a neck injury but was able to appear in 14 games in 2023 after recovering from a successful surgery. With the Bills’ season concluding in unison to his contract, Micah expressed his gratitude towards the organization regardless of what happens next.
‘My options are open,’ he said. I love this organization. I love everything we were able to accomplish. I woke up this morning and I saw the light. I reflected and thought of all the memories we’ve had around here.
‘Yeah, we came up short yesterday, and all that. But that doesn’t take away from all the things we accomplished over the years.’