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    The computer-timed run is highlighted by a neighborhood route that ultimately takes participants into Lambeau Field and around the famed gridiron. The event has a special finish line – the Packers’ ‘G’ painted on turf located in the parking lot.

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    The event, which begins with in-stadium activities at 5:30 p.m., will benefit the Wendy’s Wonderful Kids foster care adoption program, a signature program of the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption.

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Micah Hyde
CB #33
Height:
6-0
Weight:
197
Age:
23
College:
Iowa
Experience:
2

Quick Stats (2013):

TCKL
55
SCK
1.0
FF
1
INT
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SeasonTeamGamesTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
GGSTotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
TOTAL 55 41 14 1.0 0 2 0 0 -- 0 0 1 1
2013 GB 16 3 55 41 14 1.0 0 2 -- -- -- -- -- 1 1
Recent Games
WKOppResultTacklesInterceptionsFumbles
TotalSoloAstSckSFTYPDefIntYdsAvgLngTDsFFFR
1 @SF L 28-34 4 3 1 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
2 WAS W 38-20 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
3 @CIN L 30-34 2 1 1 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
5 DET W 22-9 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
6 @BAL W 19-17 7 6 1 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 1 --
7 CLE W 31-13 6 6 0 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 1
8 @MIN W 44-31 6 3 3 -- 0 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
9 CHI L 20-27 1 0 1 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
10 PHI L 13-27 0 -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --
11 @NYG L 13-27 6 5 1 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
12 MIN L 26-26 4 4 0 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
13 @DET L 10-40 1 1 0 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
14 ATL W 22-21 5 4 1 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
15 @DAL W 37-36 6 5 1 -- -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
16 PIT L 31-38 6 2 4 -- -- 1 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --
17 @CHI W 33-28 1 1 0 -- -- 0 -- -- -- -- -- 0 --

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Biography

  • A prospect with an impressive résumé of playing experience that includes 38 consecutive starts over his final three seasons at Iowa and a career total of 51 collegiate games played.
  • Earned first-team All-Big Ten honors from both the league’s coaches and media following his senior season in 2012.
  • Was also honored as the second-ever recipient of the conference’s Tatum-Woodson Defensive Back of the Year Award, now given annually to the league’s most outstanding player in the secondary.
  • Owns two of the longest 12 interception returns for touchdowns in school history, scoring on returns of 72 yards (10th all-time) and 66 yards (12th all-time) during his sophomore season in 2010.
  • Has an older brother, Marcus, who was a four-year letterman as a safety at Michigan State (2007-10) and a step-uncle, Damon Moore, who played safety at Ohio State (1995-98) and also for the Philadelphia Eagles (1999-2001) and Chicago Bears (2002). 
  • Organized the formation of the IMagINe Foundation in Iowa City, an organization that collects sporting goods from local schools and donates them to the Boys and Girls Club of Cedar Rapids. Originally spawned the idea as part of a class project at Iowa.

CAREER Highlights:

  • Drafted by Green Bay with the first of two fifth-round choices (No. 159 overall) following a productive career at Iowa that saw him appear in 51 career games with 38 consecutive starts over his final three seasons.
  • Finished his time at Iowa having played in every game over the course of his career, recording 240 tackles (155 solo), including 5½ for a loss, 29 passes defensed, eight INTs, four forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries. 
  • During his senior season, became the 67th player in school history to eclipse the 200-tackle mark, and his 240 career stops rank 34th all-time.
  • Collected a total of eight INTs during his career, a number that ranks 18th all-time in school annals. 
  • Earned first-team All-Big Ten honors from both the league’s coaches and media following the 2012 season after he started all 12 games and finished with 78 tackles (44 solo), including four for a loss, 14 passes defensed, three fumble recoveries, two forced fumbles and an interception.
  • Was also honored as the second-ever recipient of the conference’s Jack Tatum-Rod Woodson Defensive Back of the Year Award, now given annually to the league’s most outstanding player in the secondary. 
  • Also earned the team’s Roy J. Carver Most Valuable Player Award (defense) following his senior season.
  • Participated as a member of the West team in the 2013 East-West Shrine all-star game.
  • A second-team All-Big Ten choice by the conference’s media and an honorable mention pick by the coaches as a junior in 2011. Started all 13 games that season and posted 72 tackles (49 solo), including 1½ for loss, eight passes defensed, three INTs and a forced fumble. 
  • Started for the first time as a sophomore in 2010 and was an honorable mention all-conference choice after a breakthrough season that saw him set career highs for tackles (82), solo tackles (58) and interceptions (four).
  • His seven passes defensed that season led the team and the four INTs ranked second among Hawkeyes and tied for fourth in the conference.
  • He returned two INTs for TDs spanning 72 and 66 yards, the 10th- and 12th-longest INT-TD returns in school history.
  • Was named the Defensive Player of the Game of the 2010 Insight Bowl after he returned an INT of QB Blaine Gabbert 72 yards for a TD with less than six minutes remaining to give the unranked Hawkeyes a 27-24 upset victory over No. 12-ranked Missouri.
  • Became the 14th player to be drafted by the Packers out of Iowa and the third in the last four years, joining former teammates Bryan Bulaga (2010) and Mike Daniels (2012). Was the first Hawkeye DB to be selected by Green Bay since Bob Jeter in 1960.
  • Earned a degree in recreation and sports business.


2012:
A first-team All-Big Ten selection by both the conference’s coaches and media, he capped his impressive career by being voted the winner of the Tatum-Woodson Award, given annually to the best defensive back in the league…Started every game for the third consecutive season as the senior leader on defense for the Hawkeyes and finished his career having never missed a game (51 games played)…Posted 78 tackles (44 solo), 14 passes defensed, an interception, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries en route to also being named the program’s Roy J. Carver Most Valuable Player (defense) following the season…His 14 passes defensed ranked fourth in the conference and 22nd in the country (1.22 pg)…Also returned 13 punts for 68 yards (5.2 avg.) with a long of 27…Vs. Central Michigan (Sept. 22): Tallied a career-high 14 tackles (six solo) and a pass defensed…Vs. Minnesota (Sept. 29): Part of a defense that yielded just 299 yards of total offense and forced four turnovers. Posted six tackles (two solo) and a career-high-tying three passes defensed…Vs. Purdue (Nov. 10): Led the team with 11 tackles (six solo) and a fumble recovery that he returned for his third career TD. Picked up a fumble by QB Robert Marve and returned it 9 yards for the score to bring Iowa to within 24-21 in the waning moments of the third quarter…At Michigan (Nov. 17): Once again led the defense with eight tackles (five solo) and also recorded his lone INT of the season.

2011: Received second-team All-Big Ten honors from the league’s media and honorable mention from the coaches following his junior season…Was also named a third-team All-Big Ten pick by Phil Steele’s College Football…Rotated between CB and FS during spring drills and spent time at both positions during the season…Started two games at FS and 11 at CB during the season…Posted 72 tackles (49 solo), including 1½ for a loss, eight passes defensed, three INTs and a forced fumble…His three INTs were tied for the team lead…Also had 13 punt returns for a career-high 106 yards (8.2 avg.)…Vs. Pittsburgh (Sept. 17): Started at CB after opening each of the season’s first two games at FS. Recorded 10 tackles (nine solo) and the first multi-INT game of his career. The second of his two INTs off of QB Tino Sunseri came with 1:41 remaining in the fourth quarter to preserve a 31-27 come-from-behind win for the Hawkeyes…At Penn State (Oct. 8): Registered eight tackles (three solo), including one for a loss and his third INT of the season. The INT came in the end zone in the third quarter, thwarting a scoring opportunity for the Nittany Lions…At Nebraska (Nov. 25): Finished with seven tackles (five solo) and a forced fumble in the regular-season finale…Vs. Oklahoma (Insight Bowl, Dec. 30): Posted two solo tackles and a pass defensed as the unit held the No. 14-ranked Sooners to 275 yards of total offense.

2010: Enjoyed a breakout season in what was his first as a starter, opening all 13 games at CB…Established career highs in tackles (82), solo tackles (58) and interceptions (four), and posted a team-best seven passes defensed…Was named honorable mention All-Big Ten by the league’s media after ranking fourth in the conference in both INTs and passes defensed…Also returned two INTs for touchdowns of 72 and 66 yards, the 10th- and 12th-longest INT returns for scores in school history…Vs. Ball State (Sept. 25): Made four tackles (two solo) and generated the first two turnover plays of his career, notching both an interception and a forced fumble during the game…Vs. Penn State (Oct. 2): Registered five tackles (three solo), helping to hold the No. 22-ranked Nittany Lions to just 54 net rushing yards and 301 total yards of offense in a 24-3 Hawkeye upset…At Michigan (Oct. 16): Tallied a season-high eight tackles (five solo) and his second INT in a win over the Wolverines…Vs. Michigan State (Oct. 30): Played a key role in the team’s 37-6 blowout upset of the No. 5-ranked Spartans. Posted five tackles (four solo) and a pass defensed, and scored his first career TD on a lateral from S Tyler Sash following an INT near the end of the first quarter, returning it 66 yards to extend Iowa’s lead to 17-0…Vs. Missouri (Insight Bowl, Dec. 28): Earned Defensive Player of the Game honors for a performance highlighted by a game-winning 72-yard INT return for a TD with less than six minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. Intercepted QB Blaine Gabbert and dodged a host of Missouri players on his way to the end zone, giving the Hawkeyes a 27-24 lead that stood as the game’s final score. Marked the second-longest INT return in the history of the Insight Bowl and the 10th longest in school annals. Also had six tackles (four solo).

2009: Made his collegiate debut as a reserve on defense and a regular on special teams for a Hawkeyes team that posted an 11-2 record and a victory in the FedEx Orange Bowl...Appeared in all 13 games and finished the season with eight tackles (four solo)…Competed for playing time as a true freshman on an Iowa defense that had 11 players drafted into the NFL…Vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5): Appeared in his first college game, contributing a tackle on special teams…Vs. Michigan (Oct. 10): Saw action against the Wolverines, posting two solo tackles…Vs. Georgia Tech (FedEx Orange Bowl, Jan. 5): Appeared in the 24-14 Hawkeyes victory, but did not record any statistics.

HIGH SCHOOL: A three-sport star at Fostoria (Ohio) High School, he lettered all four years in baseball, basketball and football…Contributed in a variety of ways on the football field during his career, including appearances at QB, CB, FS, PR, KR, P and K…Was named the Ohio Division IV Offensive Player of the Year and the NW Ohio Offensive Player of the Year as a senior…Was also named an All-Northwest Ohio selection three times, including first-team honors following both his junior and senior seasons…For his career, amassed 549 rushing attempts for 3,443 yards (6.3 avg.) and 46 TDs, also completing 606 of 997 passes for 7,864 yards and 65 TDs…Tallied 165 tackles, eight INTs and an additional seven passes defensed as a CB in his four years…Finished his career in possession of 17 school records.

PERSONAL: Given name Micah Richmond Hyde …Born in Toledo, Ohio …Single…His older brother, Marcus, played safety at Michigan State (2007-10) and his step-uncle, Damon Moore, played safety at Ohio State (1995-98) before spending three seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles (1999-01) and another with the Chicago Bears (2002)…Was active in the community during college, assisting with the football program’s Ladies Football Academy and also attending “Camp Courageous” for mentally handicapped youth…Also took an idea that began as part of a class project and started the IMagINe Foundation in Iowa City, an organization that collected sporting goods from area schools and donated them to the Boys and Girls Club of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and other similar groups around the state…Enjoys playing golf, watching movies and listening to music in his free time…Named Dwyane Wade as his favorite athlete, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air as his favorite TV show and The Shawshank Redemption as his favorite movie…Residence: Fostoria, Ohio.

  • A prospect with an impressive résumé of playing experience that includes 38 consecutive starts over his final three seasons at Iowa and a career total of 51 collegiate games played.
  • Earned first-team All-Big Ten honors from both the league’s coaches and media following his senior season in 2012.
  • Was also honored as the second-ever recipient of the conference’s Tatum-Woodson Defensive Back of the Year Award, now given annually to the league’s most outstanding player in the secondary.
  • Owns two of the longest 12 interception returns for touchdowns in school history, scoring on returns of 72 yards (10th all-time) and 66 yards (12th all-time) during his sophomore season in 2010.
  • Has an older brother, Marcus, who was a four-year letterman as a safety at Michigan State (2007-10) and a step-uncle, Damon Moore, who played safety at Ohio State (1995-98) and also for the Philadelphia Eagles (1999-2001) and Chicago Bears (2002). 
  • Organized the formation of the IMagINe Foundation in Iowa City, an organization that collects sporting goods from local schools and donates them to the Boys and Girls Club of Cedar Rapids. Originally spawned the idea as part of a class project at Iowa.

CAREER Highlights:

  • Drafted by Green Bay with the first of two fifth-round choices (No. 159 overall) following a productive career at Iowa that saw him appear in 51 career games with 38 consecutive starts over his final three seasons.
  • Finished his time at Iowa having played in every game over the course of his career, recording 240 tackles (155 solo), including 5½ for a loss, 29 passes defensed, eight INTs, four forced fumbles and three fumble recoveries. 
  • During his senior season, became the 67th player in school history to eclipse the 200-tackle mark, and his 240 career stops rank 34th all-time.
  • Collected a total of eight INTs during his career, a number that ranks 18th all-time in school annals. 
  • Earned first-team All-Big Ten honors from both the league’s coaches and media following the 2012 season after he started all 12 games and finished with 78 tackles (44 solo), including four for a loss, 14 passes defensed, three fumble recoveries, two forced fumbles and an interception.
  • Was also honored as the second-ever recipient of the conference’s Jack Tatum-Rod Woodson Defensive Back of the Year Award, now given annually to the league’s most outstanding player in the secondary. 
  • Also earned the team’s Roy J. Carver Most Valuable Player Award (defense) following his senior season.
  • Participated as a member of the West team in the 2013 East-West Shrine all-star game.
  • A second-team All-Big Ten choice by the conference’s media and an honorable mention pick by the coaches as a junior in 2011. Started all 13 games that season and posted 72 tackles (49 solo), including 1½ for loss, eight passes defensed, three INTs and a forced fumble. 
  • Started for the first time as a sophomore in 2010 and was an honorable mention all-conference choice after a breakthrough season that saw him set career highs for tackles (82), solo tackles (58) and interceptions (four).
  • His seven passes defensed that season led the team and the four INTs ranked second among Hawkeyes and tied for fourth in the conference.
  • He returned two INTs for TDs spanning 72 and 66 yards, the 10th- and 12th-longest INT-TD returns in school history.
  • Was named the Defensive Player of the Game of the 2010 Insight Bowl after he returned an INT of QB Blaine Gabbert 72 yards for a TD with less than six minutes remaining to give the unranked Hawkeyes a 27-24 upset victory over No. 12-ranked Missouri.
  • Became the 14th player to be drafted by the Packers out of Iowa and the third in the last four years, joining former teammates Bryan Bulaga (2010) and Mike Daniels (2012). Was the first Hawkeye DB to be selected by Green Bay since Bob Jeter in 1960.
  • Earned a degree in recreation and sports business.


2012:
A first-team All-Big Ten selection by both the conference’s coaches and media, he capped his impressive career by being voted the winner of the Tatum-Woodson Award, given annually to the best defensive back in the league…Started every game for the third consecutive season as the senior leader on defense for the Hawkeyes and finished his career having never missed a game (51 games played)…Posted 78 tackles (44 solo), 14 passes defensed, an interception, three forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries en route to also being named the program’s Roy J. Carver Most Valuable Player (defense) following the season…His 14 passes defensed ranked fourth in the conference and 22nd in the country (1.22 pg)…Also returned 13 punts for 68 yards (5.2 avg.) with a long of 27…Vs. Central Michigan (Sept. 22): Tallied a career-high 14 tackles (six solo) and a pass defensed…Vs. Minnesota (Sept. 29): Part of a defense that yielded just 299 yards of total offense and forced four turnovers. Posted six tackles (two solo) and a career-high-tying three passes defensed…Vs. Purdue (Nov. 10): Led the team with 11 tackles (six solo) and a fumble recovery that he returned for his third career TD. Picked up a fumble by QB Robert Marve and returned it 9 yards for the score to bring Iowa to within 24-21 in the waning moments of the third quarter…At Michigan (Nov. 17): Once again led the defense with eight tackles (five solo) and also recorded his lone INT of the season.

2011: Received second-team All-Big Ten honors from the league’s media and honorable mention from the coaches following his junior season…Was also named a third-team All-Big Ten pick by Phil Steele’s College Football…Rotated between CB and FS during spring drills and spent time at both positions during the season…Started two games at FS and 11 at CB during the season…Posted 72 tackles (49 solo), including 1½ for a loss, eight passes defensed, three INTs and a forced fumble…His three INTs were tied for the team lead…Also had 13 punt returns for a career-high 106 yards (8.2 avg.)…Vs. Pittsburgh (Sept. 17): Started at CB after opening each of the season’s first two games at FS. Recorded 10 tackles (nine solo) and the first multi-INT game of his career. The second of his two INTs off of QB Tino Sunseri came with 1:41 remaining in the fourth quarter to preserve a 31-27 come-from-behind win for the Hawkeyes…At Penn State (Oct. 8): Registered eight tackles (three solo), including one for a loss and his third INT of the season. The INT came in the end zone in the third quarter, thwarting a scoring opportunity for the Nittany Lions…At Nebraska (Nov. 25): Finished with seven tackles (five solo) and a forced fumble in the regular-season finale…Vs. Oklahoma (Insight Bowl, Dec. 30): Posted two solo tackles and a pass defensed as the unit held the No. 14-ranked Sooners to 275 yards of total offense.

2010: Enjoyed a breakout season in what was his first as a starter, opening all 13 games at CB…Established career highs in tackles (82), solo tackles (58) and interceptions (four), and posted a team-best seven passes defensed…Was named honorable mention All-Big Ten by the league’s media after ranking fourth in the conference in both INTs and passes defensed…Also returned two INTs for touchdowns of 72 and 66 yards, the 10th- and 12th-longest INT returns for scores in school history…Vs. Ball State (Sept. 25): Made four tackles (two solo) and generated the first two turnover plays of his career, notching both an interception and a forced fumble during the game…Vs. Penn State (Oct. 2): Registered five tackles (three solo), helping to hold the No. 22-ranked Nittany Lions to just 54 net rushing yards and 301 total yards of offense in a 24-3 Hawkeye upset…At Michigan (Oct. 16): Tallied a season-high eight tackles (five solo) and his second INT in a win over the Wolverines…Vs. Michigan State (Oct. 30): Played a key role in the team’s 37-6 blowout upset of the No. 5-ranked Spartans. Posted five tackles (four solo) and a pass defensed, and scored his first career TD on a lateral from S Tyler Sash following an INT near the end of the first quarter, returning it 66 yards to extend Iowa’s lead to 17-0…Vs. Missouri (Insight Bowl, Dec. 28): Earned Defensive Player of the Game honors for a performance highlighted by a game-winning 72-yard INT return for a TD with less than six minutes remaining in the fourth quarter. Intercepted QB Blaine Gabbert and dodged a host of Missouri players on his way to the end zone, giving the Hawkeyes a 27-24 lead that stood as the game’s final score. Marked the second-longest INT return in the history of the Insight Bowl and the 10th longest in school annals. Also had six tackles (four solo).

2009: Made his collegiate debut as a reserve on defense and a regular on special teams for a Hawkeyes team that posted an 11-2 record and a victory in the FedEx Orange Bowl...Appeared in all 13 games and finished the season with eight tackles (four solo)…Competed for playing time as a true freshman on an Iowa defense that had 11 players drafted into the NFL…Vs. Northern Iowa (Sept. 5): Appeared in his first college game, contributing a tackle on special teams…Vs. Michigan (Oct. 10): Saw action against the Wolverines, posting two solo tackles…Vs. Georgia Tech (FedEx Orange Bowl, Jan. 5): Appeared in the 24-14 Hawkeyes victory, but did not record any statistics.

HIGH SCHOOL: A three-sport star at Fostoria (Ohio) High School, he lettered all four years in baseball, basketball and football…Contributed in a variety of ways on the football field during his career, including appearances at QB, CB, FS, PR, KR, P and K…Was named the Ohio Division IV Offensive Player of the Year and the NW Ohio Offensive Player of the Year as a senior…Was also named an All-Northwest Ohio selection three times, including first-team honors following both his junior and senior seasons…For his career, amassed 549 rushing attempts for 3,443 yards (6.3 avg.) and 46 TDs, also completing 606 of 997 passes for 7,864 yards and 65 TDs…Tallied 165 tackles, eight INTs and an additional seven passes defensed as a CB in his four years…Finished his career in possession of 17 school records.

PERSONAL: Given name Micah Richmond Hyde …Born in Toledo, Ohio …Single…His older brother, Marcus, played safety at Michigan State (2007-10) and his step-uncle, Damon Moore, played safety at Ohio State (1995-98) before spending three seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles (1999-01) and another with the Chicago Bears (2002)…Was active in the community during college, assisting with the football program’s Ladies Football Academy and also attending “Camp Courageous” for mentally handicapped youth…Also took an idea that began as part of a class project and started the IMagINe Foundation in Iowa City, an organization that collected sporting goods from area schools and donated them to the Boys and Girls Club of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and other similar groups around the state…Enjoys playing golf, watching movies and listening to music in his free time…Named Dwyane Wade as his favorite athlete, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air as his favorite TV show and The Shawshank Redemption as his favorite movie…Residence: Fostoria, Ohio.