Hyde will join his fifth team in four years after stops in San Francisco, Cleveland, Jacksonville, Houston and Kansas City. He was relatively productive last year in Houston as he posted his first 1,000 yard season. While not seemingly a threat to Chris Carson as the starter, Hyde provides some solid veteran insurance if Rashaad Penny can't return to form. His presence throws some cold water on the DeeJay Dallas short-term expectations, though it's possible Hyde doesn't make it on the roster after camp. Still, the Seahawks love competition at every position and Hyde makes for a good stash as a player whose value could go up or down in the coming months. Hyde is currently our RB81 and that should rise a smidge now that he's found a new home.