Former Seahawks Carlos Hyde and Phillip Dorsett to sign with Jaguars

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The Seattle Seahawks are losing a couple of unrestricted free agents to the Jacksonville Jaguars – running back Carlos Hyde per ESPN’s Adam Schefter and wide receiver Phillip Dorset, according to ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler.

Both players have agreed to terms and plan to sign with the Jaguars.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting Hyde’s deal in Jacksonville is for two years and worth $6 million.

Hyde played one season in Seattle and finished his 2020 campaign logging 81 carries for 356 yards and four touchdowns.

As for Dorsett, he too only spent one season in Seattle, although he never took the field. Dorsett injured his right foot in training camp and was placed on the injured reserve, where sat out the year.

In Jacksonville, both Hyde and Dorsett will reunite with Seahawks former offensive coordinator, Brian Schottenheimer.

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