Seattle's Carlos Hyde (shoulder) recovering from torn labrum surgery
Seattle Seahawks running back Carlos Hyde (shoulder) underwent surgery to repair a torn labrum suffered during the 2019 regular season.
According to Silver, Hyde played through most of last season with his injured shoulder including both postseason games. The veteran back should be in line for committee role if Chris Carson is not healthy enough to play in Week 1's regular season matchup against the Atlanta Falcons.
On 245 rush attempts last season, Hyde recorded 680 yards after contact, 41 avoided tackles, 55 first downs, and 6 touchdowns.
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