Browns expected to sign RB Carlos Hyde

Saquon Barkley Carlos Hyde

Saquon Barkley Carlos Hyde

The Cleveland Browns have been one of the most active teams as the National Football League offseason ramps up, with reported trades for Jarvis Landry and Tyrod Taylor bolstering their talent on the offensive side of the ball.

The Cincinnati native will play in Ohio for the first time since he left Ohio State. "Nobody is ruled out", the source said of the way the Browns view the draft board.

During this offseason, the Browns have already executed trades for three players. He also saw a lot more action off short passes, resulting in career high targets (88), receptions (59), receiving yards (350), and receiving yards per game average (21.9).

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Hyde's new Browns contract is expected to be worth more than $15 million and pay him $6 million in 2018. They traded with the Miami Dolphins for wide receiver Jarvis Landry, with the Buffalo Bills for quarterback Tyrod Taylor, and with the Green Bay Packers for cornerback Damarious Randall. 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's getting a three-year deal worth more than $15M, including $6M in year 1. He also had 109 receptions for 634 yards and three touchdowns. In addition to Hyde, the Browns reportedly have deals in place with defensive end Chris Smith, and offensive tackles Chris Hubbard and Donald Stephenson.

Hyde was drafted 57th overall in the 2014 draft by the 49er's in the second round according to NFL Network. Hyde has been productive, but his injuries have been a concern. Stewart turns 31 next week and is coming off a season in which he averaged a career-low 3.4 yards per rushing attempt.

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