Carlos Hyde underwent offseason shoulder surgery

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Running back Carlos Hyde, who agreed to terms with the Seahawks on Friday, underwent offseason shoulder surgery, Mike Silver of NFL Media reports.

Hyde tore his labrum last season with the Texans. He played through it but exacerbated it in the divisional round playoff loss to the Chiefs.

Hyde had surgery in February.

Hyde, 29, had a career season in 2019. He set career highs in carries (245), rushing yards (1,070) and touches (255).

Despite his injury, Hyde played in all 16 games for only the second time in his career.

He agreed to a one-year deal worth up to $4 million, according to NFL Media.

9 responses to “Carlos Hyde underwent offseason shoulder surgery

  1. Like the Terminator, Marshawn Lynch will be back for the playoffs when one of the Seahawks running backs gets injured.

  2. Texans offered him the same deal earlier in the offseason and he turned it down. I guess I wouldn’t mind moving to Seattle either…

  3. Say what you will but the Seahawks have really added quality depth because the past few years, injuries have seriously hampered their playoff pushes. Hyde showing he can play through injuries while being able to take on the main RB#1 roll if needed is another solid move.

  4. A old running back with a shoulder injury…how is this a good signing?.

  5. When Dr. Carlos and Mr. Hyde played for Frisco, they also had injury problems.

  6. Hawks add a 29 year old damaged goods running back to a stable of old geezers (once they bring back Lynch again) and two guys that are never healthy (Carson and Penny)

    At least they still have that superstar Travis Homer to fall back on…

    Another year of Wilson running for his life as NO ONE respects Seattle’s running game

  7. Majority of RB that play in 16 games and rush for 1100 yards have some kind of surgery in the following off-season.

  8. Seahawks seem to have decided making the playoffs is good enough. And if they happen to get lucky, they may even advance a game or two. But despite what they keep saying, the idea of another Super Bowl is just hype for the fans, they know it’s not happening.

  9. pooman420 says:
    May 23, 2020 at 9:27 am
    Texans offered him the same deal earlier in the offseason and he turned it down. I guess I wouldn’t mind moving to Seattle either…

    Fake news from someone with an agenda. The Texans made no such offer. In early March they offered him the same deal he got in 2019 which is about 60% of what he’s getting from Seattle.

    As for moving to Seattle. Let’s hope pooman420 does; it’s in a beautiful area of the country but it’s turned into an awful city…it’s been mismanaged and is being run into the ground.

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