Carlos Hyde

#24 RB / Jacksonville Jaguars / EXP: 8YRS Height: 6-0 Weight: 230 lb Age: 31 College: Ohio State Bye 7

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    Jaguars' Carlos Hyde: Eight carries versus Arizona

    Carlos Hyde had eight carries for 44 yards during Sunday's 31-19 loss to the Cardinals.The veteran tailback played 23 offensive snaps and averaged a strong 5.5 yards on the ground against Arizona's poor run defense. He continues to play second fiddle to James Robinson, who played 40 snaps and turned 21 touches into 134 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown Sunday. Hyde will continue to work in a complementary role with minor fantasy value while Robinson remains healthy.

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    Jaguars' Carlos Hyde: Minor role Week 2

    Carlos Hyde had two carries for seven yards and failed to catch either of his targets during Sunday's 23-13 loss to Denver.Hyde had 11 touches during the season opener but played only 14 offensive snaps Week 2. The 30-year-old is unlikely to receive any worthwhile opportunities as long as starting tailback James Robinson remains healthy.

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    Jaguars' Carlos Hyde: Totals 58 scrimmage yards

    Carlos Hyde rushed nine times for 44 yards and caught both his targets for 14 yards in Sunday's 37-21 loss to the Texans.Hyde led Jacksonville's backfield with 11 touches Sunday, though only three of those came in the first half. James Robinson started at tailback but received only five carries as the Jacksonville Jaguars trailed from the start and were losing 27-7 heading into halftime. Hyde played only 34 percent of the offensive snaps and shouldn't be expected to see more playing time than that most weeks if Robinson remains healthy.

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    Jaguars' Carlos Hyde: Only one carry Sunday

    Carlos Hyde gained five yards on his only carry in Sunday's preseason win over the Cowboys.After James Robinson handled backfield duties the first two series of the game, Hyde checked in and got the third possession. Trevor Lawrence spent most of the drive slinging the ball to Laviska Shenault, but Hyde did punch the ball into the end zone from the three-yard line, only for his TD to be wiped out by a holding penalty. The veteran will be the No. 2 back behind James Robinson with Travis Etienne (foot) out for the year, and Hyde's fantasy value will come from what early-down and goal-line looks he can steal from Robinson.

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    Jaguars' Carlos Hyde: Quiet in Monday's exhibition

    Carlos Hyde had three carries for seven yards and caught his lone target for negative-one yard during Monday's preseason game against the Saints.James Robinson received another start, and Hyde played 15 offensive snaps during the first half while serving in the No. 2 role. Despite the opening depth chart listing him as a co-starter, the veteran tailback wasn't expected to open the season with a significant role for the Jacksonville Jaguars, but that could change after 2021 first-round pick Travis Etienne suffered a midfoot sprain during Monday's contest. The severity of the injury remains unclear, but Hyde is poised to remain as Jacksonville's No. 2 running back behind Robinson should Etienne be unavailable for the Sept. 12 season opener at Houston.

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    Jaguars' Carlos Hyde: Two touches in preseason opener

    Carlos Hyde had two carries for four yards and failed to catch his lone target during Saturday's preseason loss to Cleveland.Hyde is listed as a co-starter at running back alongside James Robinson on Jacksonville's first unofficial depth chart, and the pair combined to play only 13 offensive snaps Saturday. Despite his current position as a co-starter, Hyde shouldn't be expected to open the season in a significant role, with Robinson and rookie first-round pick Travis Etienne likely to handle most of the backfield work.

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    Jaguars' Carlos Hyde: Gets $2.15 million guaranteed

    Carlos Hyde's two-year contract with Jacksonville is for $4.5 million, including a guaranteed $1.25 million base salary for 2021 and a $900,000 signing bonus, Albert Breer of reports.It's a modest contract even by backup RB standards, but the guarantees should at least lock in Hyde for a Week 1 roster spot. The Jacksonville Jaguars could still bring in more bodies to compete for backup work behind James Robinson, who averaged 45.8 snaps and 20.6 touches per game as a rookie. A similar workload isn't out of the question even if Hyde also gets some carries, considering the Jags had an NFL-low 337 rush attempts last season. Robinson accounted for 71.2 percent of the attempts (240) despite missing Weeks 16 and 17.

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    Jaguars' Carlos Hyde: Links up with college coach

    The Jacksonville Jaguars and Carlos Hyde agreed to a two-year, $6 million contract Monday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.With Chris Thompson (back) set to be an unrestricted free agent, Jacksonville has brought in Hyde, likely to be the top reserve to starting running back James Robinson (ankle). Hyde played under new coach Urban Meyer at Ohio State, but the seven-year pro has just one 1,000-yard season to his credit (2019 with the Texans) and doesn't pose much of a threat as a receiver.

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    Seahawks' Carlos Hyde: Finishes in cold spell

    Carlos Hyde rushed four times for five yards in Saturday's 30-20 wild-card loss to the Rams.Hyde's final two games of the 2020 season were against the Rams, and his usage was limited to just seven touches for 31 yards. The 30-year-old running back's seventh NFL season was defined by injuries, specifically shoulder and hamstring issues, and he played just 10 games. In that stretch, Hyde carried 81 times for 356 yards (4.4 YPC) and four touchdowns, and added 16 receptions (20 targets) for 93 yards). Hyde is set to be an unrestricted free agent in March. Chris Carson, who led the Seattle Seahawks' backfield with 968 yards from scrimmage, is in the same situation, and his status with the team could weigh into Hyde's decision whether to stay.

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    Seahawks' Carlos Hyde: Cleared for wild-card round

    Coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday that Carlos Hyde (illness) will play in Saturday's wild-card game against the Rams, Brady Henderson of reports.Hyde missed the regular-season finale due to a non-COVID-19 illness, but he'll be back in action for the first round of the playoffs. With Rashaad Penny back in the lineup, there are fewer reps to go around behind Chris Carson, and Penny could ultimately end up with more playing time Saturday.

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