Running back Carlos Hyde will miss his fourth-consecutive game with a stress fracture in his foot when the 49ers face the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday at Levi's Stadium, the team announced on Friday. Hyde, who played two games with the injury to the fifth metatarsal of his right foot, has not practiced or played since the Oct. 22 game against the Seattle Seahawks. Hyde remains a candidate for season-ending surgery. He will undergo surgery on his foot if it’s determined the fracture has not sufficiently healed during the past six weeks, a source said. Outside linebacker Ahmad Brooks, who reported concussion symptoms after reporting back to work this week following the 49ers-Seahawks game, is listed as questionable for Sunday. He has yet to receive final clearance to play.
Hyde out again, surgery still possible for RB
CSN Bay Area | Nov 27