RB Carlos Hyde will not travel to Seattle

Nov 20, 2015 at 12:09 PM--


As Ryan Sakamoto originally reported yesterday, it looks as though San Francisco 49ers RB Carlos Hyde will not travel with the team for Sunday's game against the Seahawks in Seattle.

Hyde is recovering from a stress fracture in his left foot that has plagued him for much of the season and caused him to miss numerous games. He has not practiced with the team since their last meeting with the Seahawks on October 22. This will be the third straight game that Hyde has missed and head coach Jim Tomsula would not comment on his status going forward. Sakamoto feels that Hyde may eventually be placed on the IR list.

Against the Atlanta Falcons, RB Shaun Draughn started and had 58 yards on 16 carries. He also added 38 yards on four receptions. According to Tomsula, Draughn will start against the Seahawks on Sunday.

Hyde has 470 yards on 115 carries with three touchdowns this season. He also has 53 yards on 11 receptions.

Other Notes

CB Kenneth Acker has cleared the concussion protocol. He has started eight of the 49ers' nine games this season.

Tomsula said that C Daniel Kilgore has looked good in practice this week. He is aiming to play next week against the Arizona Cardinals.





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