LANDOVER, Md. — It doesn’t sound as if running back Carlos Hyde is leaving the 49ers. At least not this season. Head coach Kyle Shanahan said the chatter that the 49ers were looking to trade Hyde, who is in the final year of his contract, wasn’t accurate after a 26-24 loss to Washington on Sunday. “Absolutely 100 percent false,” Shanahan said. “There’s nothing true about that.” On Saturday, Denver radio host Benjamin Allbright said the 49ers had “received and made calls” about Hyde. It followed an overtime loss to the Colts in which undrafted rookie running back Matt Breida had more snaps than Hyde and was more effective.
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