Carlos Hyde to the Browns

Hyde and seek Browns sign former 49ers back
We examine what Carlos Hyde’s signing means for the Browns

Dynasty Hyde and seek Browns sign former 49ers back We examine what Carlos Hyde’s signing means for the Browns

The 31-year-old is a fifth-year pro who spent last season with the Detroit Lions, catching 17 passes for 177 yards with three touchdowns. However, in 2017 he played the full 16 games for the first time in his career.

The biggest concern for the running back is whether he can stay healthy.

Free agent running back Carlos Hyde is off the market.

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Hyde, 27, is a former Ohio State standout and Cincinnati native, averaging a school-best yards per carry average in his Buckeye career (6.1), a single season (7.3 in 2013) and a game (10.2 against IL in 2013). Fortunately for Hyde, he proved in 2017 that he was able to pull off an entire season in the starting lineup - even despite some on-and-off hip and concussion issues.

Interestingly enough, Hyde and Crowell have put up nearly identical numbers since entering the league in 2014 as they both have averaged 4.2 yards per carry and have rushed for 21 touchdowns each. He was mostly a backup for his first two seasons. The closest he came was 988 in 2016 when he missed three games with various injuries.

The Giants have shown some interest in Barkley, interviewing him at the NFL Scouting Combine earlier this month along with several other running back prospects.

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However, the agreement to sign running back Carlos Hyde does not eliminate Saquon Barkley from the Browns' draft board, according to a league source familiar with the team's thinking. McKinnon was with the Vikings when Pat Shurmur was the offensive coordinator in Minnesota. Among those joining the team are quarterback Tyrod Taylor, receiver Jarvis Landry, offensive linemen Chris Hubbard and Donald Stephenson, defensive lineman Chris Smith and defensive backs Damarious Randall and Terrance Mitchell.

The Browns are looking to add some offensive firepower to the roster after they went 0-16 past year.

Hyde played high school football at Naples High in Florida.

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