Hyde (hamstring) rushed 14 times for 79 yards and a touchdown and secured two of three targets for 16 yards in the Seahawks' 28-21 win over the Cardinals on Thursday night.
Suiting up for the first time since Week 7, Hyde handled clear lead-back duties on a night when Chris Carson (foot) remained sidelined. The veteran performed admirably, consistently rattling off productive runs and also finding the end zone from two yards out in the latter portion of the third quarter for this third touchdown of the campaign. However, Hyde's otherwise impressive night was at risk of being sullied by a key mistake, as he never quite got the handle on a pitchback from Russell Wilson at Arizona's 23-yard line with 2;54 remaining but managed to recover and possess the ball long enough to withstand a replay challenge by the Cardinals after Budda Baker appeared to subsequently rip the ball from him. Carson reportedly has a good chance to return for the Seahawks' Week 12 matchup against the Eagles on Monday night, Nov. 30, but Hyde has certainly proven a capable fill-in if he's needed once again.
Hyde (hamstring) was a full participant at Tuesday's practice, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.
Hyde is set to return from a three-game absence, and his role in Thursday night's game against Arizona will depend on whether Chris Carson (foot) is active. Carson suffered his injury in Week 7 against the Cardinals, opening the door for Hyde to function as the lead back for the rest of the contest. The 30-year-old performed well with a season-high 15 carries for 68 yards and a touchdown and three receptions for eight yards, but he injured his hamstring in the process. Both backs could return Thursday, and if Carson plays, Hyde will take a back seat against the Seahawks' NFC West rival.
Hyde (hamstring) is listed as a limited participant on Monday's estimated practice, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.
The Seahawks didn't physically practice Monday, but Hyde's 'limited' designation is a sign that he's ready to resume handling reps. Coach Pete Carroll said that he doesn't yet know whether Hyde or top running back Chris Carson (foot) will be available Thursday, per Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic, but it at least looks like the 30-year-old veteran is making progress.
Hyde (hamstring) has been ruled out ahead of the contest Sunday against the Rams, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.
Both Hyde and Chris Carson (foot) won't play Sunday, which leaves the Seahawks' backfield precariously thin once more. Expect the combination of Travis Homer and DeeJay Dallas to operate as the two main options in the team's backfield during the pivotal divisional matchup.
Hyde (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's road contest against the Rams, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.
Both Hyde and Chris Carson (foot) received the same designation for Week 10, and coach Pete Carroll told Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic that the running backs likely will be "game-time decisions." Because the Seahawks have a 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff Sunday, the breakdown of the backfield is in flux as the weekend kicks off. Aside from Hyde and Carson, Seattle has two healthy options (Travis Homer and DeeJay Dallas) in the backfield.
Hyde (hamstring) didn't practice Thursday, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.
Yet again, Hyde was unable to practice due to a balky hamstring. He was joined by Chris Carson (foot) on the pine, while Travis Homer (knee) was a limited participant. Considering the injuries affecting the trio, the Seahawks may be forced to go with DeeJay Dallas and Homer for a third consecutive game Sunday versus the Rams.
Hyde (hamstring) was a non-participant at Wednesday's practice, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.
Along with Chris Carson (foot), Hyde has been off the practice field since Week 7 due to a tight hamstring, going down as a non-participant on seven consecutive injury reports. Notably, coach Pete Carroll said Monday that he expects both backs to practice this week, but now Hyde and Carson have just Thursday and Friday to prove their respective healths. If one or both misses a third straight game Sunday against the Rams, the Seahawks backfield again will be headed by the combination of Travis Homer and DeeJay Dallas.
Coach Pete Carroll said Hyde (hamstring) is slated to practice this week to see if a return is possible Sunday versus the Rams, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.
Hyde has missed the last two games due to a strained hamstring, while lead back Chris Carson (foot) has been sidelined during that same stretch. Carroll said Monday that both players have "a chance" to suit up this weekend, but there may not be much clarity on either until the Seahawks release their first Week 10 injury report Wednesday. If either Hyde or Carson put themselves into position to play Sunday, their presence would impact the value of Travis Homer and DeeJay Dallas.
Coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday that Hyde (hamstring) won't be available for Sunday's game in Buffalo, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.
Hyde will miss a second consecutive game due to his strained hamstring. Carroll also said that Chris Carson (foot) won't be evaluated until Friday, though change-of-pace back Travis Homer (knee) is on track to play. In any case, DeeJay Dallas will begin the week as the only fully healthy option in Seattle's backfield.
Coach Pete Carroll noted Monday that Hyde (hamstring) may not return Sunday in Buffalo, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. "It's hard to get that [recovery] done in a couple weeks time," Carroll said of Hyde's hamstring tightness.
Hyde was unable to practice last week and was listed as doubtful before not suiting up for this past Sunday's win against the 49ers. Following Carroll's comment, Hyde doesn't appear as if he's in a position to suit up this coming weekend either. Ultimately, Hyde's ability to practice in the coming days will forecast whether another DNP is in store. With uncertainty surrounding Chris Carson and his mid-foot sprain as well, DeeJay Dallas once again may lead the Seahawks backfield, especially if Travis Homer can't get past his knee injury.
Hyde (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's game versus the 49ers.
Hyde emerged from last Sunday's loss at Arizona with a tight hamstring, which kept him off the practice field this week. When the Seahawks listed him as doubtful to play Sunday, there wasn't much optimism about his ability to change the team's mind, and he indeed will don street clothes. Joining Hyde on the inactive list is Chris Carson (foot), meaning Travis Homer (knee) and DeeJay Dallas will be the basis of Seattle's ground game Week 8.
Hyde (hamstring) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against San Francisco, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.
The designation doesn't come as too much of a surprise after coach Pete Carroll sounded pessimistic about Hyde's status during a Friday radio appearance. Fellow running backs Chris Carson (foot) and Travis Homer (knee) are listed as questionable, while DeeJay Dallas is the one tailback on the roster without an injury concern.
Coach Pete Carroll said Hyde's hamstring injury may prevent him from playing in Sunday's game against the 49ers, Brandon Gustafson of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.
Carroll labeled both Hyde and Chris Carson (foot) as game-time decisions, but only Hyde got the disclaimer. Travis Homer (knee) is expected to play, though DeeJay Dallas has been the only running back participating in practice so far this week. The Friday injury report should provide more information on the Seahawks' confusing backfield situation for Week 8.
Hyde (hamstring) was a non-participant at Thursday's practice, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.
Hyde emerged from Sunday's loss at Arizona with a hamstring injury, and while he hasn't practiced this week, coach Pete Carroll doesn't consider the issue to be a major one, per Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle. Among the Seahawks' top three running backs, Hyde may actually be the healthiest of the group, with Chris Carson tending to a mid-foot sprain and Travis Homer dealing with a knee contusion. Neither Carson nor Homer have practiced this week, though, so Seattle could be forced to roll with rookie fourth-rounder DeeJay Dallas on Sunday versus the 49ers.
Coach Pete Carroll said that Hyde's hamstring injury is "not major," even though the running back didn't practice Wednesday, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.
Carroll used the term "tightness" when describing Hyde's injury earlier in the week, and he reiterated Wednesday that the running back isn't dealing with anything significant. That prognosis should be taken with a grain of salt, however, as Carroll often is overly optimistic about his players' injury statuses, and in this case, he's talking about a 30-year old with a soft-tissue injury. That being said, Hyde's fantasy outlook heading into a Week 8 matchup with the 49ers has brightened in light of starter Chris Carson (foot) looking even more questionable to play Sunday. Meanwhile, another depth back in Travis Homer (knee) was held out of practice Wednesday. More information on the health of all three banged-up backs will emerge as the week unfolds, but at this point, rookie DeeJay Dallas is the only member of the backfield who is participating fully in practice.
Hyde suffered a hamstring injury during Sunday's 37-34 loss to the Cardinals, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Hyde took over as Seattle's lead back after Chris Carson sprained his foot in the second quarter, but coach Pete Carroll revealed Monday that Hyde picked up an injury as well. The Seahawks' top three running backs are now battling injuries after Travis Homer suffered a knee contusion during the divisional tilt, leaving rookie DeeJay Dallas as the only healthy remaining back. Homer's status is unclear, Carson is week-to-week, and Hyde's status isn't favorable because of the soft-tissue nature of his injury. We'll have a better idea of the trio's respective statuses once practices start up Wednesday. If they're all ruled out for Sunday's game versus the 49ers, Dallas likely would lead the backfield because Rashaad Penny (knee) isn't expected to be ready in time. Patrick Carr is on the practice squad and may be an option, and Marshawn Lynch's name could be floated under these circumstances as well.
Hyde rushed 15 times for 68 yards and a touchdown and added three receptions for eight yards in Sunday's 37-34 overtime loss to the Cardinals.
Chris Carson suffered a foot injury in the second quarter and didn't return, opening the door for Hyde to take over as the lead back for the rest of regulation and overtime. The 30-year-old running back quickly made the most of the opportunity, as he scored his second touchdown of the season on an impressive 24-yard scamper in which he tip-toed the sidelines to put the Seahawks up two scores with 4:04 remaining in the first half. Since Carson never returned to the game, it's worth monitoring his practice status this week, as Hyde would operate as the de facto No. 1 running back as long as Carson is out, while Travis Homer would work in as the third-down back.
Hyde (shoulder) doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Cardinals, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Even though Hyde's activity remained limited in practices Wednesday and Thursday, he showed enough improvement to gain clearance to play for the first time since Week 3. Hyde should immediately unseat Travis Homer for the No. 2 role in the backfield, serving as the top option off the bench behind starter Chris Carson. In his first three games with Seattle, Hyde carried 16 times for 57 yards and a touchdown while hauling in all three of his targets for 26 yards.
Hyde (shoulder) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Hyde hasn't suited up since Week 3 due to a lingering shoulder injury, but it appears as though he's at least shed his red non-contact jersey. When healthy, the veteran running back stands to resume serving as the primary backup to Chris Carson, but he could have to successfully log a full practice session Friday in order to be fully cleared for Sunday's divisional contest in Arizona.
Hyde (shoulder) was limited during Wednesday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday that Hyde may not take any contact during the practice week, but according to Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times, Hyde shed the red no-contact jersey during Wednesday's session. That gives the veteran running back a decent shot to return to action Sunday against the Cardinals, and he'll have two more practices this week to prove he's ready. Chris Carson piled up 179 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns while Hyde was sidelined, so Hyde's fantasy value likely will remain touchdown-dependent.
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