ESPN NFC West reporter Bill Williamson anticipates second-round pick Carlos Hyde getting "a chance at big playing time right away."
ESPN NFC West blogger Bill Williamson expects rookie Carlos Hyde to end up as the 49ers' No. 2 running back.
CSN Bay Area's Matt Maiocco predicts second-round pick Carlos Hyde will have more carries than Kendall Hunter and Marcus Lattimore this year.
49ers signed No. 57 overall pick RB Carlos Hyde to a four-year contract.
49ers traded with Miami to select Ohio State RB Carlos Hyde with the No. 57 overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft.
ESPN Cleveland believes there's "no way" the Browns select Ohio State RB Carlos Hyde with the 35th overall pick.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports Ohio State RB Carlos Hyde is "on the (Browns') radar" at No. 35 overall.
Ohio State RB Carlos Hyde worked out privately for "several NFL teams" last week, and says he ran a forty time in the "mid 4.5s."
NFL Films' Greg Cosell believes Ohio State's Carlos Hyde is capable of being a "foundation" NFL back "if you're going to build your offense around the run game."
Ohio State RB Carlos Hyde will run a forty-yard dash on March 26.
Ohio State RB Carlos Hyde pulled his left hamstring while running the forty-yard dash at the Combine.
Ohio State RB Carlos Hyde measured 5-foot-11 7/8 and 230 pounds at the NFL Scouting Combine.
NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock's initial NFL draft prospect rankings have Ohio State's Carlos Hyde at No. 1 among running backs.
New Browns OC Kyle Shanahan indicated he's looking for more of a sustaining-type running back than homerun hitter.