Battered Jacksonville Jaguars Needed to Make Carlos Hyde Trade

The Jacksonville Jaguars’ injury report dictated something had to happen.

Leonard Fournette’s hamstring hasn’t been getting any better. No one knows how long it will take to heal. Third-string running back Corey Grant was on injured reserve along with the team’s top two left tackles (Cam Robinson and Josh Wells) and starting tight end Austin Seferien-Jenkins. They had to put tight end Niles Paul on injured. When Marqise Lee went down with a knee injury in the preseason, Blake Bortles was without his top three receivers from a year ago.

So, Friday’s Carlos Hyde trade made total sense.

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