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Richie Incognito and LeSean McCoy are representing the Buffalo Bills in Sunday's Pro Bowl. Micah Hyde was selected but withdrew because of injury. Jordan Poyer thinks he should be in Orlando, too. Poyer was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Month for December. He had five interceptions and 13 passes defended in his first season with the Bills. https://twitter.com…

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Bills center Eric Wood was hoping to make his farewell from football at Sunday's Pro Bowl, two league sources told the News on Friday. Wood held off the announcement about his future in case he got the call, the sources said. Wood said last week that he would have gone to the Pro Bowl had Maurkice Pouncey of the Steelers decided not to play. Wood was named a Pro Bowl…

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The Buffalo Bills will have one less representative in Sunday's Pro Bowl. Safety Micah Hyde withdrew on Monday because of injury. Hyde suffered a concussion in the Bills' 10-3 loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars in their wild-card playoff game Jan. 7. A second-team All-Pro selection, he was the AFC's leading vote-getter at strong safety after finishing 2017 with 82 tackles…

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The Green Bay Packers decided in the offseason that they didn't need Micah Hyde. The four-year veteran ended up in Buffalo with an unproven coach and an unproven secondary. But Hyde said Wednesday that after initial conversations with rookie coach Sean McDermott, he could see the team's defense coming together, even before they drafted stud rookie cornerback Tre'Davious…

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Fullback may be a position of decreasing importance in today's NFL, but it's not so obscure that it explains what happened in the AFC Pro Bowl results. Mike Tolbert has not played fullback for the Bills all season. But that didn't stop him from being named as a Pro Bowl alternate at the position — even ahead of Patrick DiMarco, who actually plays fullback for the Bills.…

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With one week remaining, the Bills' Micah Hyde remains in first place among strong safeties in fan voting for the Pro Bowl. Hyde has 80,759 votes, according to a news release. Fan voting continues through Dec. 14 at  www.NFL.com/probowlvote or via Twitter direct message. Beginning Thursday, fans can vote on Twitter by tweeting the first and last name of the player, o…