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Hyde Flashes Bit of Woodson's Toughness

Hyde (Jeff Hanisch - USA Today Sports)

Rookie cornerback Micah Hyde seems a natural for the nickel position because of his run-stopping skill. And, despite below-average speed for a cornerback, he's covered well and flashed impressive ball skills.

Who knows what Micah Hyde's role is going to be when starting cornerbacks Tramon Williams and Casey Hayward are healthy and back in action, but the rookie fifth-round pick is going to force his way onto the field in some fashion. Against St. Louis on Saturday night, Hyde led the team with five tackles, including one sack and two tackles for losses, and added two passes defensed. It's obviously... Recommended Stories

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